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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.21
Michael Tokarev wrote:
[...]
> there will be just no stable
> kernels *at all*. because when the next 2.6.x will start looking
> more or less useful due to 2.6.x.y series, there will be new 2.6.x+1,
> and work with 2.6.x stops...
>
> It's not the case currently, but this way ("let's fix the bugs
> in 2.6.x.y -stable series, don't bother releasing 2.6.x in a good
> shape"), we can finally come to the above situation...

Actually, bugs are fixed in --> 2.6.(x+1)-rc <--, and shortly thereafter
a small selection of the fixes are "backported" to 2.6.x.y and to
various distributor kernels.
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Stefan Richter
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