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Rik van Riel writes:
> On Sun, 20 Aug 2000, Michael Rothwell wrote:
>> Rik van Riel wrote:

>>> Could you people _PLEASE_ take this thread somewhere else?
>>>
>>> There are people here who are trying to stabilise 2.4 and
>>> get a stable kernel out somewhere in the near future...
>>
>> We're discussing a 2.5 feature.
>
> That's fine by me, but could you please discuss it
> somewhere else?

The lists don't match up with reality very well. It looks like
you are effectively expecting this:

When 2.4 is released, all linux-future subscribers suddenly
switch over to linux-kernel. At this point in time, Linux 2.5
discussion suddenly becomes on-topic for linux-kernel.

(and where does Linux 2.4 maintenance discussion go?)

If we had linux-24@vger.redhat.com and linux-26@vger.redhat.com
then there wouldn't be such a problem. Inactive subscribers go
away too -- but give warning for the archive sites of course.
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