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SubjectRe: Kernel version numbering plans
Ted Ts'o wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 09, 2012 at 11:43:18AM +1000, Chris Jones wrote:
>> What's the plan when we approach kernel version 4.0?
>> Will we be moving in to version 4.x or staying in the 3.x numbers
>> for the time being?
> The default is that we would stay with 3.x --- I don't see any reason
> why we would go to 4.x any time in the near future.
> - Ted
> --

Ok, that's fair enough and all. But it was never thought that we'd move
to kernel version 3.x and now look where we're at.

Regardless, I was just curious.


Chris Jones

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