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SubjectRe: test11-pre6
On Thu Nov 16, 2000 at 08:45:10PM -0700, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> >
> > - pre6:
> > - Intel: start to add Pentium IV specific stuff (128-byte cacheline
> > etc)
> > - David Miller: search-and-destroy places that forget to mark us
> > running after removing us from a wait-queue.
> Level I
> > - me: NFS client write-back ref-counting SMP instability.
> > - me: fix up non-exclusive waiters
> > - Trond Myklebust: Be more careful about SMP in NFS and RPC code
> > - Trond Myklebust: inode attribute update race fix
> > - Charles White: don't do unaligned accesses in cpqarray driver.
> > - Jeff Garzik: continued driver cleanup and fixes
> > - Peter Anvin: integrate more of the Intel patches.
> > - Robert Love: add i815 signature to the intel AGP support
> > - Rik Faith: DRM update to make it easier to sync up 2.2.x
> > - David Woodhouse: make old 16-bit pcmcia controllers work
> > again (ie i82365 and TCIC)
> Level I
>
> The list is getting shorter.

WTF is "Level I" supposed to mean and why have you inserted it seemingly
randomly into the changelog and why are you telling the world about it? I've
seen you do this several times and I am completely baffled. Surely you have
some reason for wanting to share?

-Erik

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