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Date:	Sun, 5 Jan 2014 00:46:00 -0500
From:	Antti Heikkinen <antti.heikkinen.4@...il.com>
To:	linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org, advocacy@...l.org, beginners@...l.org
Subject: Propose for LINUX kernel and PERL

To Dear Perl and LINUX kernel development community:

My propose to you at your list: is possible to write operate system in
PERL? I am student in university, looked for interest project to
conclude my study on LINUX kernel.

This semester, I take beginner PERL course and learn power of
procedural language. I automate many daily task with use of it. Very
impressive ability to make many thing work, interpret or can compile
also.

Also about LINUX, I talk to much fellow students and professors, and
take a operate system course use FreeBSD and LINUX. FreeBSD okay, but
they say LINUX kernel is too big and bloat, run poor with too many
developer. And too much quick decision from leader with ego is too big
and bloat too, kekeke.

LINUX kernel can perform more good if written in not C and C++ but
Perl? Just certain portion of LINUX kernel to rewrite? For instant,
schedule or support of multithread? If so, should use Perl5 or Perl6,
focus to x86 or x86-64? Can you want to join me this my project? But
to hear your expertise.

Am excited to learn and begin study project. Can you want to join this
my project? Please direct reply of email to myself.

Much thank to you,
Antti Heikkinen
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