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Alter the pace of "mainline"

Alter the pace of "mainline"

Posted Mar 9, 2005 18:49 UTC (Wed) by shredwheat (guest, #4188)
Parent article: Is the kernel development process broken?

I wonder how this will effect development of the "mainline" 2.6.x releases if developers know there is now a safety net in 2.6.x.y. Will this support bigger destabilizing patches? I am suspecting the 2.6.x's will move to longer term releases and we'll be moving in the direction we already are.

As a casual user I've been pleased with the 2.6 releases, although I have hidden behind the shield of Debian and Ubuntu 2.6 kernels.


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Alter the pace of "mainline"

Posted Mar 9, 2005 23:27 UTC (Wed) by JoeBuck (guest, #2330) [Link]

If you're running Debian or Ubuntu kernels, you are running patched versions of somewhat older kernel.org kernels.


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