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    Default Pushing Reiser4 Is "Not Of High Priority"

    Phoronix: Pushing Reiser4 Is "Not Of High Priority"

    Edward Shishkin, the lone developer that took over development of the Reiser4 file-system following the conviction of Hans Reiser, has shared a new update with Phoronix regarding the efforts towards pushing Reiser4 into the mainline Linux kernel...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTAwMjA

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    Well, at least those wackos linking the demise of Reiser4 to Jewish conspiracies I've seen here before will have answers... in front of their nose...

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    It's a shame as Reiser4's compression heuristics are far more advanced than BtrFS, which is either compress or don't compress

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    Please don't assassinate the English language. It's not even my native language, but reading that makes me wanna go blind :P

    "it's development has been stagnate" -> "its development has been stagnant".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealNC View Post
    Please don't assassinate the English language. It's not even my native language, but reading that makes me wanna go blind :P

    "it's development has been stagnate" -> "its development has been stagnant".
    Or "its development has stagnated". Phoronix could really use an editor, even a volunteer. The content in the articles tends to be very interesting, but the delivery can sometimes leave something to be desired (understandable, given the workload for a single person).

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    +1 to guest articles and/or more editors.

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