KernelTrap: Looking At 2.6.19, Refining the Development Process
Sep 25, 2006, 16:30 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Andrew Morton posted his patch queue with numerous comments
about merge plans into the mainline kernel. Among his comments he
noted that he would not yet be merging the Reiser4 filesystem,
'reiser4. I was planning on merging this, but the
batch_write/writev problemight wreck things, and I don't think the
patches arising from my recent partial review have come through
yet. So it's looking more like 2.6.20.'
"A large discussion followed Andrew's posting that focused on
the current kernel development process..."