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SubjectRe: RFC: Starting a stable kernel series off the 2.6 kernel
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On Sunday 04 December 2005 06:56, Indrek Kruusa wrote:
> After reading "Linux 2.6.15-rc5: off-line for a week" from Torvalds it
> seems like this:.
>
> a) Torvalds thinks that nobody cares about kernel testing
> b) other gurus (they are also only "on-line" testers nowadays) doesn't
> feel good with development model (or at least they have no resources to
> do testing [Torvalds])
> c) end-users (or those who are not kernel maintainers) are directed
> permanently to distros kernels and "stay away from kernel.org you
> wanna-bees!"

Yeah, normally this would mean it's a tuesday. We're running a little early.

Rob
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