On Mon, 3 May 2004, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> Lingus flight is free. They are both part of the price. So are
> Alan Cox's wages as a developer (I mean no disrespect to the man,
> it's simply a fact) a part of the price of RHEL.
And David Miller (network stack maintainer) and Ingo Molnar (0(1)
scheduler, randomised stack, exec-shield, 4G, heavily involved before
that in origins of Linux SMP) and Stephen Tweedie (ext3 and the
journalling layer) and Rik van Riel (VM hacker, RMap) and Dave Jones
(all round kernel monkey) and Jeff Garzik (net driver maintainer and
SATA guru) and Ulrich Drepper (glibc) and ...
the list just goes on. It really is scary how this company have gone
and employed so many prominent Linux developers. Where do they get
off being so evil.. who do they think they are? shocking.
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