Beat Zahnd posted a new fix to the stuck beacon problem on the madwifi
in short, roll back some changes...
That works/seems to work here too on kernel 2.6.25
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From: Pavel Roskin <proski@gn...> - 2009-08-08 03:32:01
On Fri, 2009-04-03 at 12:14 +0200, Gijs Hillenius wrote:
> Hi all..
> Beat Zahnd posted a new fix to the stuck beacon problem on the madwifi
> page (thanks!)
> in short, roll back some changes...
> That works/seems to work here too on kernel 2.6.25
The MadWifi wiki is essentially online documentation and should present
neutral points of view. Using a wiki page to make a point or to suggest
a patch is not a constructive approach. It makes it harder to document
the software. It also sets a bad example for others.
Patches should be discussed in madwifi-devel or in tickets, not in the
wiki. If there are good reasons to revert some patches, they should be
discussed in the list.
Using the project wiki to blame the developers borders vandalism,
regardless of whether the developers are wrong. It's a wrong medium for
One can get attention by vandalism, but not a positive attitude.