This is a place to brainstorm about the design of the file system to be used after Haiku R1. For current limitations and issues in BFS, see FutureHaiku/BFSIssues

"I'd rather get rid of the inode concept completely and pack the file system object meta data (and small data) densely. ReiserFS 3 performance shows that this is a good idea. This also removes the main reason for not increasing the block size dramatically." -- Ingo Weinhold,,28

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