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  1. It's not only for DRM

    Everything after -rc1 should be about regressions caused by -rc1 (the merge window). Linus has been clear about it, and DRM is not special in any way, it should follow the same rules.
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    It has been checked by many people

    Many people checked this, and comments have been opened for months. If you have comments, you can share them on https://gist.github.com/1128166. Some of the mistakes were introduced by Michael...
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    If you have suggestions for the next survey (2012)

    Go to this gist, or send an email to me.
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    This must be a joke, like btrfs's defragmentation

    See the upstream bug.

    If you really use btrfs as your main fs (as I did), it's really easy for files to be fragmented to hell, and reach unbelievable slow speeds (500kb/s).

    Plus there's no fsck...
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    How needs SELinux anyway?

    I always disable it, it just causes problems.
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