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SubjectRe: Are we going too fast?
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> If this is truely the case, I'd suggest that kernel.org be modified, as 
> it refers to them as *stable*
> as of 9:18PM PDT, direct copy & paste from kernel.org page:
>
> The latest stable version of the Linux kernel is: 2.4.8 2001-08-11 04:13
> UTC Changelog
>
> The latest prepatch (alpha) version appears to be: 2.4.9-pre3 2001-08-13
> 23:56 UTC Changelog

Kernel.org certainly should list the 2.2 status (hey I maintain it I'm
allowed to be biased). Its unfortunate it many ways that people are still so
programmed to the "latest version" obsession of the proprietary world some
times. For most people 2.4 is the right choice but for absolute stability
why change 8)
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