Linux 4.10 rc3
Jan 08, 2017, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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So after that very small rc2 due to the xmas break, we seem to be back
to fairly normal. After a quiet period like that, I tend to expect a
bigger chunk just because of pent up work, but I guess the short break
there really was vacation for everybody, and so instead we're just
seeing normal rc behavior. It still feels a bit smaller than a usual
rc3, but for the first real rc after the merge window (ie I'd compare
it to a regular rc2), it's fairly normal.
The stats look textbook for the kernel: just under 2/3rds drivers,
with almost half of the rest arch updates, and the rest being "misc"
(mainly filesystems and networking).
So nothing in particular stands out. You can get a flavor of the
details from the appended shortlog, but even more importantly - you
can go out and test.
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- The New Features & Exciting Changes Of The Linux 4.10 Kernel(Dec 23, 2016)
- Linux 4.10 rc1(Dec 25, 2016)
- Linux 4.10 rc2(Jan 01, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc3(Jan 08, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc4(Jan 15, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc5(Jan 22, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc6(Jan 29, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc7(Feb 05, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 rc8(Feb 12, 2017)
- Linux 4.10 Released as First New Kernel of 2017(Feb 20, 2017)