Those of you who were watching in the early days of Linux kernel
development will remember a series of web sites which consisted of a list
of kernel releases and the changes to be found in each. Maintaining such a
site is a considerable amount of work, however, and no such site has been
operating for some time now. That has just changed, however, with Diego
of his LinuxChanges page
hosted on the KernelNewbies site. The entries go all the way back to
2.5.1 (released almost four years ago) and provide a list of relevant
changes for each release. It is a useful site which, one hopes, will
be kept current for a long time to come.
For those who are interested in the many projects underway in the
networking subsystem, a visit to the new linux-net wiki may
be in order. Visitors cannot help being struck by the amount of work which
is going on in this area.
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