Find the list, and my assessments on the linked post.
Hopefully this clears up some misunderstandings.
I'd like to welcome Ubuntu to the community! I am looking forward to a fruitful collaboration! Let's hope we can leave the past behind us, and work together in future!
I must say, for me this proves one thing: the folks who repeatedly lambast us for being honest on portability to other kernels do so just led by the vague sense that "portability" by itself was a high good, without actually knowing what this specifically, technically means or even having come in close contact with systems where it would matter.
"Portability" can cloud your senses like it was a drug.
There's a lot to do, and to polish, but some code that shows signs of usefulness is available at https://github.com/algernon/potential-happiness
There is no documentation yet.
I benefit and the community as a whole benefits.
Certain projects make you sign agreements when you contribute that instead make the terms unequal, usually benefiting just one party. When you contribute under one of these agreements, the community may benefit, but one individual or company benefits more. They receive all your time, expertise and resources but reserve the right not to return the favor.
I'm a coder in my day job, and I give my time, expertise and resources to that company - and they aren't under any obligation to return that favor. In return they pay me.
A CLA is just an employment without a wage.
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