Kernel Space: Are Linux Developers Ignoring Bug Reports?
Sep 14, 2007, 01:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"The quality of Linux kernel releases is of interest to every
developer. Few people are better placed to discuss this topic than
Andrew Morton, who has put years of his life into improving how
kernels are created. In the session he led on this topic, Andrew
was unable to say whether he thought our kernel releases were
getting better or worse. But he had no doubt that we could be doing
a better job than we are now.
"For some time, Andrew has wanted a kernel bugmaster to help him
in tracking and fixing problems. That person has materialized in
the form of Natalie Protasevich..."