"With these hardly publicised recommendations, the workshop
participants hoped to inspire various companies and their
developers to contribute to the development of btrfs. The
participants also hoped to get the distributions to back up their
plans. This seems to have worked to some degree, because according
to Theodore Ts'o, "But I think it is fair to say that btrfs isn't
just a private a project of a single Linux kernel developer, but
rather the design has been discussed and reviewed by a large number
of experienced filesystem architects.""
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