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SubjectLinux 2.6.28-rc1

It's been two weeks, so it's time to close the merge window. A 2.6.28-rc1
is out there, and it's hopefully all good.

The changes in -rc1 are (as usual) too many to really enumerate, with the
bulk of them being - again as usual - drivers. In fact, that's doubly true
now that we merged the drivers from the staging tree. The dirstat output
makes that very obvious:

3.3% arch/arm/
14.2% arch/
3.1% crypto/
4.0% drivers/media/
3.7% drivers/net/wireless/
10.3% drivers/net/
6.5% drivers/staging/me4000/
8.5% drivers/staging/slicoss/
4.8% drivers/staging/wlan-ng/
29.7% drivers/staging/
63.6% drivers/
3.3% include/
4.6% net/
4.6% sound/

but some other statistics may be fun:

- 7141 non-merge commits (and 419 merges)

- average non-merge commit:
39 lines removed, 104 lines added
(not counting renames)

- About 880 individual authors
- 340 of which had just one commit
- while 183 authors had ten or more commits

- Most screwed-up clock award goes to:

Greg Kroah-Hartman

for his commit 51b90540, which claims to be from April 9 - six years
ago! And it's a fix to a driver that was merged this July!

Way to go, Greg!

Anyway, have fun, please test it, and report any intersting anomalies you


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