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This was split off from the riscv64 port status topic at X512’s request. Feel free to pick up any discussion here about how the project accepts patches until an admin gets upset enough to lock the topic lol
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I really do not see what the fuss is about… x512 is creating a port of Haiku for a totally new platform and he’s being dissed over his choice (or his own creation) of bootloader for it? How do developers and users get to squabbling like this? He says he’s willing to maintain it until he’s no longer interested in Haiku, so why is it such a hated thing? Everyone is basically “doing their own thing” concerning Haiku anyways, so how is this any different? He’s just doing what everyone else is doing. But his way is wrong and everyone else’s is right? He contributes what he likes, when he likes, and how he likes. But that’s ok for others, but not for him? Why?
Maybe I’m missing something, but I’ve got X512’s back on this matter, so far as I’ve read and watched.