There is little in the way of validation for these requests. Anyone can simply announce ownership of a part of the code and claim it is stolen property. "Hey, I used a for loop once and that looks a lot like mine."
Ehm not so sure about your math there friend. You can't take a different base and encode it into base 2 as if it was base 10. Mathematically it is going to take the same number of bits in binary no matter what the intermediate representation. Then again maybe your just playing with us. All your base belong to us!
JImbob0i0 (1202835) writes "Back in January Linksys/Belkin made a big deal about their new router and how they were working with OpenWRT. Fast forward to this week and they release it but their promises have fallen far short needing to apply patches (which don't apply cleanly) and compile yourself
... so long as you don't need wireless support. There has not been much response from Linksys on the mailing list to criticism of the improperly formatted patch dump and poor reviews as a result."
before crows figure out how to use youtube. Next step world domination.