I, for one, welcome our new linux-next overlords. From what the article describes, this
should really bite those devs in the ass who just keep churning the code to boost their own
egos. After a few rounds with linux-next as the development branch, developers will finally
get really angry at anyone who churns code without a good reason. Code churners will get
their asses kicked, and things should calm down and stabilize, with people being much more
cautious about changes to the internal interfaces of the kernel.
Good on you, Andrew Morton! Linux will finally move toward being as stable as the BSDs.