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> On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Ian Stirling wrote:
>
> > However, I for one never run a -pre kernel.
>
> > I don't run -pre, because rightly or wrongly, I've got the impression
> > that these get even less testing than releases.
>
> I think the opening sentence of your email states
> the reason for that pretty well.

Ok, I should have stated that more accurately.
...and also there is no way to tell how stable it's expected to be.
If there was a way to say that this was a kernel that seemed stable
for the testers, and might be a candidate for a new version. so some
more testers would be nice, this might be good.
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