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SubjectRe: Please tag tested releases of the 2.4.x kernel
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> On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 02:05:21AM +0100, willy tarreau wrote:
> > I think that if even one tenth of the LKML
> > subscribers rank their kernels at least once a week,
> > we'll quickly see some stable and unusable kernels.
> >
>
> I like this idea a lot.
>
> Who can get such a system up and running? Which web site?

I've proposed in the past a more extensive version of this.
make register
or similar.
Which you run, and it grabs a snapshot of system setup, optionally
with comments, and sends it in to a registry.
You can then do
make comment
and report issues.
These would vary from "it crashes", to "my hard drive died/is dying"
So we get information on systems, and some idea on which are reliable
or not.

Last time some people disagreed with this obviously brilliant idea. :/
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