Why it's time for Linux 3.0
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"I have to admit that my initial reaction was NO, a version
change indicates a binary compatibility change, but that's not
really the case here is it, since it's time based.
"One of the best comment on the issue of kernel support came
from Intel kernel developer Matthew Wilcox.
"I'm very supportive of this move," Wilcox wrote. "I'm heartily
sick of people claiming 'we have version 2.6 support' when they
really mean they haven't updated since version 2.6.9."