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SubjectRe: RFD: Kernel release numbering
On Wed, 02 Mar 2005 21:32:23 EST, Jeff Garzik said:
> I also note that part of the problem that motivates the even/odd thing
> is a tacit acknowledgement that people only _really_ test the official
> releases.
> Which IMHO backs up my opinion that we simply need more frequent releases.

Or more testers of things other than <whatever we call stable this week>
(which is where I see the *real* problem as being).

It doesn't matter *what* we call the "testing" releases. They aren't getting
tested enough. I've posted a fair number of "the latest -mm broke FOO" notes -
but assuming that "the first guy to hit it" is randomly distributed across all
the -mm users, there really can't be a whole lot of others doing it, as my
number seems to come up waaay too often if there's a large pool of testers...

Either that, or I really *am* the most bleeding-edge loon in my time zone.
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