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    SubjectRe: Kernel Education
    When I say "more simple" kernel version, I would like say "more
    didactics" to teach.

    thank´s to all replies.

    Best,

    Weber Ress

    On 1/9/06, Jiri Slaby <slaby@liberouter.org> wrote:
    > Weber Ress napsal(a):
    > > Hi guys,
    > >
    > > I´m starting a social project to teach kernel development for young
    > > students, with objetive of include these people in job market.
    > :)
    > >
    > > These studentes don´t have great skills in mathematical and computer
    > > science areas, but have great interest in development area. Some
    > > studentes have a little basic C language skills.
    > >
    > > Which are the first steps that I need in this project ?
    > prepare slides for teaching them real-world-(gc)c, not basic.
    > > Which´s the "more simple" kernel version to teach (2.2 ? 2.4 ? 2.6 ?).
    > IMHO 2.6 has the clearest api (specific(a) rather than sth. like
    > a->private->b->private.specific).
    > But in general it's hard to say this is the simplest one. In 2.2 there is less
    > code, than in 2.6 and so on
    >
    > regards,
    > --
    > Jiri Slaby www.fi.muni.cz/~xslaby
    > \_.-^-._ jirislaby@gmail.com _.-^-._/
    > B67499670407CE62ACC8 22A032CC55C339D47A7E
    >
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