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    SubjectRe: three kernel trees?
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    > As soon as 2.4 comes out,  2.7 is created, 2.6test
    > will be feature frozen.
    > Development time would be shorter, and
    > the nuisance with "this important feature has tz slip
    > in" would be finished.

    It requires too much people overhead. I have proposed another idea which is at
    about 10 months in or when seems appropriate we say 'ok which bits can we
    fairly reliably backport to 2.4 and call 2.6' then go on to make 2.5->2.7 and
    stabilise the big changes as 2.8

    That would mean driver features and the like get a yearly cycle but deep magic
    gets what seems to be needed as a 2 year cycle

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