"'Andrew [Morton] was looking for someone to run a linux-next
tree that just contained the subsystem git and quilt trees for
2.6.x+1 and I (in a moment of madness) volunteered. So, this is to
announce the creating of such a tree,' began Stephen Rothwell,
resulting in a lengthy thread discussing the current Linux kernel
development process. In a follow up email announcing the first
linux-next release, Stephen went on to explain, 'it has two
branches - master and stable. Stable is currently just Linus' tree
and will never rebase. Master will rebase on an almost daily basis
(maybe slower at the start)...'"
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