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SubjectRe: New (now current development process)
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On Sunday 30 October 2005 18:45, Andi Kleen wrote:
> The problem is that -mm* contains typically so many more or less
> broken changes that any extensive work on there is futile
> because you never know whose bugs you're debugging
> (and if the patch that is broken will even make it anywhere)
>
> In short mainline is frozen too long and -mm* is too unstable.

Are you implying that if mainline wasn't frozen so much, it would still be
more stable than -mm?

Rob
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