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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.12-rc3
Linus Torvalds wrote:

>Ok,
> you know what the subject line means by now, but this release is a bit
>different from the usual ones, for obvious reasons. It's the first in a
>_long_ time that I've done without using BK, and it's the first one ever
>that has been built up completely with "git".
>
>It's available both as a patch (against 2.6.11) and as a tar-ball, and
>for non-BK users the biggest difference is probably that the ChangeLog
>format has changed a bit. And it will probably continue to evolve, since I
>don't have my "release-script" tools set up for the new setup, so this
>release was done largely manually with some ad-hoc scripting to get the
>ChangeLog information etc out of git.
>
>For BK users, I hope we can get a BK tree that tracks this set up soon,
>and it should hopefully not be too disruptive either.
>
>
>
Excuse me for being so uninformed, poor reader and so on...

Why is kb not used anymore? What happened?

Thanks for the time,

- Alejandro
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