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SubjectRe: Please tag tested releases of the 2.4.x kernel
On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 05:04:51PM -0500, Justin Wells wrote:
>
> It would be great if on kernel.org there were a note indicating which
> releases of the linux kernel had been favourably received.
>
> If you could organize a bit you could even mark a release as "TESTED",
> or even "APPROVED". All it would mean is that after it had been out for
> a week or two nobody found any really serious problems.
>
> "Really serious" would be something like it corrupts the filesystem, or
> crashes a lot, or fails to build, or introduces a remote root exploit.
> Releases like 2.4.14 (fails to build loopback) and 2.4.15 (corrupts)
> would not be tagged as "APPROVED".
>
> Also "APPROVED" or "TESTED" doesn't mean there are no issues or problems,
> just that they're the usual kind of issues and problems, rather than
> really serious issues.
>
> I expect there to be quite a bit of human judgement involved in applying
> the label. I'm not looking for a rigorous criteria--just the general
> feeling of the community a week or two after the release was posted.
>
> Justin
>
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