I love getting patches like this one:
Very simple to write if you know a little bit of C and happen to run into a USB device which is not in the kernel's known device list yet. Every such patch makes it more likely that random devices people pick up in stores will "just work" with #OpenBSD.
So tired of the argument "if you're not like me, you don't get to have an opinion on this thing that might impact me...even if it also impacts you".
Everyone gets to have an opinion. I may think your opinion is idiotic (I certainly think the above opinion is idiotic), but you get to have it, and voice it.
When you start naming categories of people who aren't allowed to have or voice opinions on *anything*, I find it very hard to take you seriously.
1. You give me keys to your snail mail post box
2. Every morning I go through all the ads and replace them with a single flyer that's tailored to only things of your interest.
3. While doing that I'm going to read your personal mail, to get better at preparing a flyer for you.
What do you think?
Outrageous? Still using gmail?