Linux 3.4 released
May 20, 2012, 20:24 (1 Talkback[s])
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I just pushed out the 3.4 release.
Nothing really exciting happened since -rc7, although the workaround
for a linker bug on x86 is larger than I'd have liked at this stage,
and sticks out like a sore thumb in the diffstat. That said, it's not
like even that patch was really all that scary.
In fact, I think the 3.4 release cycle as a whole has been fairly
calm. Sure, I always wish for the -rc's to calm down more quickly than
they ever seem to do, but I think on the whole we didn't have any big
disruptive events, which is just how I like it. Let's hope the 3.5
merge window is a calm one too.