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Date:   Tue, 31 Oct 2023 12:31:38 +0100
From:   Mateusz Guzik <>
To:     Christian Brauner <>
Cc:     Dave Chinner <>,
        Dave Chinner <>,,,,
        Kent Overstreet <>,
        Alexander Viro <>
Subject: Re: (subset) [PATCH 22/32] vfs: inode cache conversion to hash-bl

On 10/31/23, Christian Brauner <> wrote:
>> The follow up including a statement about "being arsed" once more was
>> to Christian, not you and was rather "tongue in cheek".
> Fyi, I can't be arsed to be talked to like that.

Maybe there is a language or cultural barrier at play here and the
above comes off to you as inflammatory.

I assumed the tone here is rather informal. For example here is an
excerpt from your response to me in another thread:
> You're all driving me nuts. ;)

I assumed this was not a serious statement and the "being arsed" thing
was written by me in the same spirit. I find it surprising there is a
strong reaction to it, but I can only explain why.

All that said, I have some patches I intend to submit in the
foreseeable future. I am going to make sure to stick to more
professional tone.

>> Whether the patch is ready for reviews and whatnot is your call to
>> make as the author.
> This is basically why that patch never staid in -next. Dave said this
> patch is meaningless without his other patchs and I had no reason to
> doubt that claim nor currently the cycles to benchmark and disprove it.

That makes sense, thanks.

Mateusz Guzik <mjguzik>

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