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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.12-rc3
Linus Torvalds wrote:

> 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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