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brijesh.s.singh at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 09:53:35 EST 2008
With all respect,I think this discussion(Miscommunication) is going
too far..And it is not in members interest either.
Sorry in advance.(Incase someone didn't like interruption. )
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 2:49 PM, Schlägl Manfred jun.
<manfred.schlaegl at gmx.at> wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 29.02.2008, 09:57 +0100 schrieb Jörn Engel:
> > On Fri, 29 February 2008 09:42:57 +0100, Schlägl Manfred jun. wrote:
> > >
> > > My request wasn't meant like that. I don't wanted to affront the people
> > > here. I just wanted to know, if such a list of critical bugs or problems
> > > exist for the last few years. Don't you think such a list would be
> > > useful for people who want to get in mtd(+nand) using and development?
> > >
> > > If such a list not exist i'll create it by my self and make it public
> > > to you and the others. I know: It's MY work to do, I just not wanted to
> > > do work twice.
> > No such list exists, afaik.
> Thank you. Thats what i wanted to know.
> > Generally people tend to either use the
> > latest kernels or backport drivers/mtd/ and fs/jffs2/ along with any
> > dependencies to their respective kernels.
> > > Again, I'm sorry .. I hope, you understand the reason of my request.
> > No worries. This lists gets a fair share of both "my kernel is five
> > years old, but I want all bugfixes and performance improvements from the
> > newest code" and "can you provide free consulting". Neither is greeted
> > with much enthusiasm and your mail appeared to match both.
> First of all: I'm not a leecher. I don't subscribed to this list to get
> free support from you. That my first post was such a question was more
> or less by chance.
> Back to the list: I don't wanted this bug-list to build a 2.6.12 with
> newest code.. I wanted this list to get an black on white impression of
> the firmness of mtd over time. To see if there were some critical bugs
> solved in near past. To see some statistical issues. If you think, such
> an approach is stupid, it's your oppinion and i'll respect it, if you
> give me some reasons..
> Again: My interrest does not belong to solve only my current issues.. I
> just wanted to get an impression of mtd over time.
> > Jörn
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