I'm dissapointed in you, Jeff!
Linux is not big business, it's big press releases.
We discussed the driver issues last week. Drivers
have nothing to do with the kernel developers -
they are the responsibility of the hardware
If you are not even adept at kernel
compilation, you hardly have the right to ask for
'everything to be built as a module.'
If you want to be the kind of plumber who
uses linux, then you need to be good at linux, not
the other way around. To further abuse your
analogy, if you want a door hinge fixed, you'd
call a handyman. If you want a gorgeous new
mantle, you'd call a master carpenter. Being a
good linux plumber is more akin to being the
master carpenter, by far.
Linux pundits in this day and age are cheap as
dirt - if you aren't coding/d0xoring/invading, you
aren't helping. You, Jeff, have done linux a large
service. I am dissapointed to see you take such an
Re: Free programming available
% Sending out 20 free quickcams to 20
> wanna-be-device-driver-writers is much
> cheaper than hiring a programmer to do the
Driver is here: