Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 28th Jul 2007 09:04 UTC
Linux "People who think SD was 'perfect' were simply ignoring reality," Linus Torvalds began in a succinct explanation as to why he chose the CFS scheduler written by Ingo Molnar instead of the SD scheduler written by Con Kolivas. He continued, "sadly, that seemed to include Con too, which was one of the main reasons that I never [entertained] the notion of merging SD for very long at all: Con ended up arguing against people who reported problems, rather than trying to work with them." He went on to stress the importance of working toward a solution that is good for everyone, "that was where the SD patches fell down. They didn't have a maintainer that I could trust to actually care about any other issues than his own." Update: OSNews user superstoned pointed us to the other side of the story.
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RE[6]: And now for the truth
by ShawnX on Sat 28th Jul 2007 18:49 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: And now for the truth"
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>CK may be a hero to the enthusiast crowd, but he >doesn't have much credibility in the kernel >community. He doesn't appear to be especially >trustworthy, either. I'm interested to see what he >ends up doing next.

This is what I mean, I see more and more kernel people I know being turned off by Linus and this 'process sham'. I was going to get into kernel development myself but it's not worth it. Userspace is more fun, less political.

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