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From: "Alex Hornung" <ahornung@gmail.com>
Subject: RE: wlan_ratectl (was Re: firmware discussion)
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2010 21:17:53 +0100
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: : This won't get into FreeBSD as is. The fact is that we have a small
: : amount of code to handle with the rate control framework, but the
: rate
: : control framework isn't written yet.
: So why exactly is our wlan ratectl not acceptable for FreeBSD? What is
: so bad about it?

After a chat on IRC it seems that it won't go into FreeBSD because of the
fact that they already started a similar effort. I didn't see the explicit
link in the original mail, but if others did, just ignore me :)

Alex Hornung

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