" 'The project is really advanced and we hope to start the deployment the next spring, finishing it in December.' "
Now, is the time of "next spring", so they started
Even the part about "git fsck"?
I just assume, that it was a design choice of Linus, NOT to run fsck each time, when performing let's say, mirror.
Anyway, you can adjust just your sync scripts to include the fsck and carry on.
(or better yet, run git fsck after each filesystem fsck???)
But, in my defence, I think the summary might be a little bit misleading, which is quite a big sin, if somebody is posting a link, the summary should be correct
Actually, their problem was, that even though they had N770 and N810, they started working on Linux phone (N900) too late...
Being in Redmond, I would start worrying about the future...
Maybe, Office and Xbox have future, but Windows might be shaking - lot's of people are happy with Android, iOS, maybe there is something behind the corner, that will make it much less interesting for the people (Linux+Wine+ "some very well marketed GUI"
Well, almost: I wish QNX was licensed under GPL, then it could be renamed into GNU Hurd