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Date:	Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:18:42 -0400
From:	Nick Krause <>
To:	Hugo Mills <>, Nick Krause <>,
	Josef Bacik <>,
	"" <>,
Subject: Re: Help with Brtfs Bugs

On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 6:09 AM, Hugo Mills <> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 12:00:03AM -0400, Nick Krause wrote:
>> Hey Josef,
>> Seems there are a lot of brtfs bugs open on the kernel Bugzilla. I am
>> new to the brtfs
>> side of development so please let me known if you want help cleaning
>> up some of the
>> bugs here that are actually valid and still open.
>    Make up your mind... this is the third unrelated idea you've had
> about working in the area of btrfs. You're bouncing around all over
> the place like a hyperactive puppy. Pick *one* thing, and just do it.
> Put in the effort to learn about the subsystem (read my earlier emails
> for a good approach here). Accept that there are no easy one-liners in
> the kernel. The path to writing your first kernel patch is *hard*.
> Don't give up at the first hint that each thing isn't going to be
> solved in 5 minutes.
>    Hugo.
> --
> === Hugo Mills: hugo@... | | ===
>   PGP key: 65E74AC0 from or
>           --- What part of "gestalt" don't you understand? ---

I will work on my idea of compression for brtfs then.
Regards Nick
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