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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.9-rc1
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> > My assumption would be that once 2.6.9 is released, it's not uber-stable
> > immediately ... so it'd be nice to keep at least one minor rev back
> > going on the bugfix stream (eg 2.6.8.X) .... for people who want an
> > uber-stable kernel. Doing more than 1 back would indeed seem
> > counter-productive.
>
> In this case it would make more sense to get 2.6.9.1 released as quickly
> as possible instead of trying to fix old releases.

Think about a user who can't risk moving to 2.6.9.1.
[S]he wants to use 2.6.8.n+1 which have only one more fix.
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