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Kernel release status

The current development kernel is 3.3-rc2, released on January 31 - a little later than would have ordinarily been expected. "The diffstat is pretty flat - indicative of mostly small changes spread out. Which is what I like seeing, and we don't always see at this point. There's some file movement (8250-based serial and the arm mx5 -> imx merge), but otherwise really not a lot of excitement. Good." That said, there are quite a few changes in this prepatch; see the short-form changelog in the announcement for details. Thirteen of those changes are reverts for patches that didn't work out.

Stable updates: there have been no stable updates in the last week. The 2.6.32.56, 3.0.19, and 3.2.3 stable updates are in the review process as of this writing; they can be expected on or after February 3.


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