"Earlier this week we reported that Ubuntu has plans for the
Btrfs file-system in 2011 and 2012 by providing support for
installing Ubuntu Linux to a Btrfs file-system. This information
was based upon documents coming out of the Ubuntu Developer Summit
in Brussels, but it turns out that Canonical may actually deploy
Btrfs this year. Not only to provide an installation option within
the installer for Btrfs, but to make it the default
"Canonical's Scott James Remnant (Ubuntu's Development Manager)
has published a blog post entitled Btrfs by default in Maverick? In
that post Scott describes, "We are going to be doing the work to
have btrfs as an installation option, and we have not ruled out
making it the default."
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