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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.13-rc1
On 6/29/05, Linus Torvalds <torvalds@osdl.org> wrote:
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[...]
>
> Anyway, I really don't want to drag out 2.6.13 as long as 2.6.12 took, and
> we don't have any reason to anyway, so let's try to see if we can calm
> things down again, and people who are thinking about writing new code
> might think about spending some quality time looking at the existing code
> and patches instead.
>
[...]
>

That sounds like a really good idea. If 2.6.13 could get out the door
fairly quickly and be the result of everyone saying "let's make this a
rock solid kernel and shake all the bugs out" that would be great.. A
sort of 2.6.12 on stabilizers ;)
I know I'll be doing my bit to fix some of the minor bits.


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