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    SubjectRe: Testing Kernel Releases Before Being Released (Was Re: Re: loop back broken in 2.2.14)
    Matthew D. Pitts wrote:

    > Umm... Linus, when are you going to open the 2.5.x development cycle? That
    > is how we used to catch this kind of thing.


    *eager to test 2.5* I guess that's one good idea, yes... less 'beta' in
    the current 'stable' tree means that there actually is a dev tree.

    And we're back at what Sean Elble wrote about SGI having two
    trees for IRIX.

    François


    > Matthew D. Pitts
    > Pitts Computer Services
    > mpitts@suite224.net
    > ----- Original Message -----
    > From: "François Cami" <stilgar2k@wanadoo.fr>
    > To: "Sean Elble" <S_Elble@yahoo.com>
    > Cc: <joeja@mindspring.com>; "John Alvord" <jalvo@mbay.net>;
    > <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
    > Sent: Monday, November 12, 2001 8:03 PM
    > Subject: Re: Testing Kernel Releases Before Being Released (Was Re: Re: loop
    > back broken in 2.2.14)
    >
    >
    >
    >>I am wondering too... Anyone got ideas on this ?
    >>
    >>I would like to avoid some specific problems... especially
    >>bugs that show up when compiling a certain module / feature
    >>of the kernel, like the loopback in 2.4.14.
    >>
    >>Those should be very easy to get rid of
    >>[it only takes some kernel testers to debug that early, if only
    >>there actually were a feature freeze that last for one day...].
    >>
    >>François
    >>
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