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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.21-rc8
On Thu, 12 June 2003 06:27:46 +0000, Michael Knigge wrote:
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> imho the patch have to be included in 2.4.21 and (imho) it is a bad
> practice to release a piece of software with a known bug (especially
> if a fix is available).

Is it good practice not to release, when the last version has even
more known bugs? It's a trade-off and those are hard to get
objectively correct.

Personally, I still like the idea of a bugfix-only patch against
2.4.current [1], but in it's current state it just isn't taken serious
by 90% of kernel.org kernel users.

[1] http://www.hardrock.org/kernel/current-updates/

Jörn

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