Linux 2.6.23 [Released]
Oct 10, 2007, 12:45 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Yeah, it got delayed, not because of any huge issues, but
because of various bugfixes trickling in and causing me to reset my
'release clock' all the time. But it's out there now, and hopefully
better for the wait. Not a whole lot of changes since -rc9,
although there's a few updates to mips, sparc64 and blackfin in
there. Ignoring those arch updates, there's basically a number of
mostly one-liners (mostly in drivers, but there's some networking
fixes and soem VFS/VM fixes there too).
"Shortlog and diffstat appended (both relative to -rc9, of
course--the full log from 2.6.22 is on kernel.org as usual).
"I want this to be what people look at for a few days, but
expect the x86 merge to go ahead after that. So far, all
indications are still that it's going to be all smooth sailing, but
hey, those indicators seem to always say that, and only after the
fact do people notice any problems ;)..."