Why do you want libc to be 5 times slower than other libraries?
Thu Aug 7 11:56:00 GMT 2008
>What do you think needs changing?
I sent a mail to libc-alpha with discussion of improvements in libc, but
it was rejected even though that's exactly what the description says
libc-alpha is for: "The libc-alpha list is for the discussion of glibc
> I think that this topic belongs in the libc-alpha mailing list, but the
> moderator rejected my mail and told me to send it to libc-help instead.
> And here nobody replies.
>?Your email to libc-alpha was rejected because the libc-alpha mailing
>list isn't a discussion list for covering the process of glibc
>bug/enhancement submissions (that is what bugzilla and/or libc-help
>The ?libc-help mailing list is for a lot of things, not just questions.
>It is a place to develop ideas, vet patches, learn the development
>process, refine patches, etc.
The description says: "The libc-help list is intended for all glibc
questions including build problems"
I relied on the list descriptions and got rejected. That made me angry.
Obviously, the moderator is not in agreement with the list descriptions.
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