withdrawal propagation (was E.E. Times?)
John W. Stewart III
jstewart at metro.isi.edu
Wed Jan 15 15:58:50 UTC 1997
so talk to your provider about deploying it, don't bash
cisco who has already rolled new images
and on the point of providers, do you really think they
would continue to run code that causes them problems
(whether cisco calls it a "bug" or an "optimization")?
if providers thought it was a bug, then they would have
anxiously awaited an announcement for an image that had
the fix so that they could deploy it
a bit of common sense is needed here, as i've tried to
point out, but people seem to prefer to create problems
where there are none
> On Wed, 15 Jan 1997 10:39:15 EST
> "John W. Stewart III" <jstewart at metro.isi.edu> wrote:
> > if you think it's a bug, then a fix is available
> And more people are likely to upgrade if it is phrased as a bugfix.
> > if you think it's an optimization, then the new code is available
> This will make people think that it isn't anything to worry about.
> > why are we still talking about this?
> Because its still happening?
> Neil J. McRae. Alive and Kicking. Domino: In the glow of the night.
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