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The kernel column #93 by Jon MastersOct 26, 2010, 19:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Linux User & Developer magazine for this link. ]
"The development cycle for the 2.6.36 kernel has rapidly come to a close, and with it comes the preparation of new features for the 2.6.37 'merge window', which immediately follows the 2.6.36 release. More on those new features in a moment. New features are always exciting areas to work on: they pay the bills and keep kernel developers' brains stimulated in appropriate ways. At this point, Linux averages 5.5 changes per hour, every hour of every day, and is perhaps one of the most active software projects in human history.
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