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    SubjectRe: Linux-2.1.92 - Feature Freeze
    Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > Ok, there's a fairly large patch out there, but as of 2.1.92 I think we
    > have a real feature-freeze, and we'll try to get a real code-freeze going
    > soon.

    What are the chances on sneaking in the pnp kernel driver?
    I will agree to people saying it's not ready for main-line Linux,
    my question is how people value its importance for 2.2.

    Another thing which I did not follow for a very long time is
    scsi-idle. The last time that I looked at it, the kernel part
    looked relatively small and harmless (that was a patch against
    2.1.62, Some previous versions had a really poor design).

    Itai Nahshon

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