> disagree with whoever I like too :-), that includes both you and Ingo. I just
> don't see the reason to put programs into the kernel other than to score really
> high benchmarks! I have enough problems with userland programs thank you :-P
> You don't have to agree with me on this.
I agree with you to some extent :) Hell, you can search linux-kernel
archives for my initial reactions to khttpd :)
Ingo took the initial crappy khttpd to another level, though, and in doing
so showed the next step to extend what he learned into a userspace API.
True, its yucky layering, but experimenting with it tought us things
about high end networking that weren't readily apparent before.
> Heeelllllpp, I am being burnt to a crisp here!
all in good fun :)