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Issue #335, Section #8 (27 Nov 2005: Ubuntu Kernel Maintained In git)
Issue #332, Section #4 (17 Oct 2005: Review Cycle Leading To 2.6.13.4)
Issue #328, Section #9 (19 Sep 2005: Status Of eth1394 And SBP2 Maintainership)
Issue #299, Section #2 (6 Mar 2005: HOWTO For Subversion Access To Kernel Sources)
Issue #264, Section #19 (25 Jun 2004: Linus Proposes New Patch Attribution Convention)
Issue #238, Section #9 (27 Oct 2003: Fix For The BK->SVN Gateway)
Issue #230, Section #5 (9 Sep 2003: BitMover Threatens To Yank BitKeeper Service (Again))
Issue #227, Section #1 (11 Aug 2003: Progress Toward 2.4.22; Problems With BitKeeper Gateway; Mysterious Kernel Lockups)
Issue #220, Section #5 (27 Jun 2003: BitKeeper-to-Subversion Gateway)
Issue #219, Section #20 (16 Jun 2003: Version Tags Missing From BK->CVS Gateway Files)
Issue #215, Section #7 (9 May 2003: kernel.bkbits.net Outage)
Issue #215, Section #9 (9 May 2003: Linux 2.5.68 Released)
Issue #212, Section #3 (6 Apr 2003: Linus On BitKeeper)
Issue #211, Section #1 (30 Mar 2003: BK->CVS Real-Time Mirror)
Issue #208, Section #7 (7 Mar 2003: ioctl32 Consolidation)
Issue #197, Section #14 (23 Dec 2002: Kernel 2.5.52 Released; Tracking Multiple Trees)
Issue #194, Section #1 (2 Dec 2002: Linux 2.4.20-rc2 Released)
Issue #189, Section #2 (20 Oct 2002: BitKeeper Licensing Discussion)
Issue #153, Section #9 (11 Feb 2002: Linus Gives BitKeeper A Test Run)
Issue #145, Section #6 (10 Dec 2001: Kernel 2.4.17-pre2 Released)
Issue #96, Section #8 (4 Dec 2000: Debian Difficulties With Large File Support)
Issue #72, Section #7 (19 Jun 2000: To Do List For Next Unstable Series)
Issue #70, Section #2 (5 Jun 2000: Things To Do Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #39, Section #7 (18 Oct 1999: Red Hat 6.1 version.h Modifications)

 

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