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SubjectRe: Request for 2.4.20 to be a non-trivial-bugfixes-only version
On Fri, 29 Mar 2002, Ruth Ivimey-Cook wrote:

> Can we celebrate getting to 2.4.20 with a really super-stable version of
> the kernel, by only admitting patches that fix known and significant
> bugs (that is, no new features, no more optimisations, no backports, no
> "it's only a line" fixes)?
>
> It would help 2.4 a lot, I think.

Not correct, you cannot have bugfixes-only if there are still
large structural things which need changes to work right on
some machines, eg. the VM.

regards,

Rik
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