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SubjectRe: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?
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Shawn Starr <shawn.starr@datawire.net> said:
> There will be a new kernel tree that will fit this purpose soon called
> -xlk (eXtendable or Extended Linux Kernel). The hope to make it an
> 'official' like -ac, -mm tree for stuffing experimental stuff into a post
> 2.6 (or just before 2.6 goes live) kernel. I will need help in getting
> this to become a reality in the coming months to 2.6.

Thanks, but please don't. The idea of the feature/code freezes, and then
the stable version running alone for a while, is precisely to focus the
hacker comunity on fixing the bugs and cleaning up, and then stabilizing
the whole. Please don't distract them.
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