The H has an extended interview with Jeremy Allison. "People were sloppy. Code was sloppy, and it can't be that any more. Again, this is the same for proprietary software. If you're writing something simple just to test something out, you can throw it together with a minimum of fuss. But as soon as you have to write something that people depend on - and Samba is in that situation, there is a massive amount of work and infrastructure that has to be in place."
September 2, 2011
We Won and We Didn't Notice (The H)
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