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Issue #318, Section #1 (27 Aug 2005: Asynchronous I/O Gets A Boost)
Issue #307, Section #12 (26 Apr 2005: Status Of Patch Commit Mailing List; Some Discussion Of Git)
Issue #263, Section #2 (14 Jun 2004: ReiserFS Version 3 Fixes And Updates)
Issue #216, Section #3 (20 May 2003: 'Must-Fix' Bug List For 2.6 (Or 3.0))
Issue #203, Section #2 (31 Jan 2003: Quota Support For Non-ext2 Filesystems)
Issue #192, Section #15 (18 Nov 2002: Kernel 2.5.46-mm2 Released)
Issue #151, Section #3 (21 Jan 2002: Ensuring 2.4 Interface Stability Regarding ReiserFS)
Issue #135, Section #12 (1 Oct 2001: More Developer Backlash From VM Rewrite)
Issue #123, Section #5 (25 Jun 2001: Linux 2.4.6-pre3)
Issue #120, Section #1 (28 May 2001: SMP Race In ext2)
Issue #118, Section #4 (14 May 2001: Maximum Number Of Directories In A Directory)
Issue #110, Section #1 (9 Mar 2001: Minix Problem In 2.4.2; Some Discussion Of Development Pseudo-Policies)
Issue #108, Section #2 (23 Feb 2001: Summary Of Reiserfs Problems In 2.4)
Issue #104, Section #14 (26 Jan 2001: 2.4 Poor Latency Report)
Issue #103, Section #3 (19 Jan 2001: ext3fs 0.0.5d And reiserfs 3.5.2x Mutually Exclusive)
Issue #102, Section #13 (12 Jan 2001: ac Patches Against 2.4.0)
Issue #75, Section #1 (10 Jul 2000: Big ReiserFS Flame War)
Issue #60, Section #2 (27 Mar 2000: Linus On The Verge Of pre-2.4; Status Of reiserfs)
Issue #52, Section #1 (24 Jan 2000: ToDo Before 2.4)

 

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