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Dave Jones

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Issue #332, Section #4 (17 Oct 2005: Review Cycle Leading To 2.6.13.4)
Issue #331, Section #5 (10 Oct 2005: git Guide Updated)
Issue #326, Section #3 (5 Sep 2005: HDAPS Accelerometer Driver; Hardware Detection Problems)
Issue #325, Section #6 (5 Sep 2005: SMBFS Needs A New Maintainer)
Issue #323, Section #9 (3 Sep 2005: Advansys SCSI Driver Unmaintained; Rocketport Driver Ailing)
Issue #315, Section #4 (12 Jun 2005: An ETA For 2.6.12)
Issue #312, Section #5 (5 Jun 2005: Linux 2.6.11.10 Released; Stable Tree Migrates To git)
Issue #310, Section #11 (4 Jun 2005: Clarifying I2C Driver Dependencies)
Issue #307, Section #2 (26 Apr 2005: Linux 2.6.12-rc2 Released)
Issue #303, Section #2 (3 Apr 2005: Discussion Of Kernel Version Numbering)
Issue #303, Section #12 (3 Apr 2005: NVidia Licensing Issue)
Issue #297, Section #3 (19 Feb 2005: Linux 2.6.11-rc2-mm1 Released)
Issue #297, Section #4 (19 Feb 2005: Status Of 802.11x Support)
Issue #294, Section #2 (2 Feb 2005: Some Debate On The Development Model)
Issue #294, Section #6 (2 Feb 2005: Status Of The "Halloween Document" And Freinds)
Issue #288, Section #10 (2 Jan 2005: New Document Collection Project At OSDL)
Issue #284, Section #4 (17 Nov 2004: Linux 2.4.28-rc1; Straggling Patches Considered For Inclusion)
Issue #283, Section #2 (6 Nov 2004: Speed Of Kernel Development)
Issue #275, Section #10 (2 Oct 2004: Cleaning Up #include Statements In 2.6; Stability Not Necessarily Top Priority)
Issue #274, Section #15 (18 Sep 2004: Status Of Migration From Other Interfaces To SysFS)
Issue #258, Section #2 (18 Apr 2004: New PRAMFS RAM-Based Filesystem; Free For GPLed Projects)
Issue #258, Section #12 (18 Apr 2004: Linux 2.6.5-rc2-mm1 Released)
Issue #257, Section #1 (6 Apr 2004: Status Of Lan Media's WAN Card Driver In 2.6)
Issue #257, Section #14 (6 Apr 2004: Status Of Rootkit Attacks Against 2.6)
Issue #254, Section #1 (19 Mar 2004: Gathering All KGDB Implementations Together)
Issue #253, Section #7 (7 Mar 2004: Working Around Buggy BIOSes That Incorrectly Report CPU Speeds)
Issue #251, Section #18 (9 Feb 2004: Kernel Sub-Project Mailing List Posting Policies)
Issue #245, Section #12 (14 Dec 2003: Post Halloween Document New Location)
Issue #244, Section #10 (8 Dec 2003: udev 008 Released)
Issue #243, Section #5 (1 Dec 2003: udev 006 Released)
Issue #243, Section #12 (1 Dec 2003: udev 007 Released)
Issue #234, Section #3 (6 Oct 2003: Athlon Prefetch Errata And Fix)
Issue #232, Section #5 (20 Sep 2003: ATI Iffy On Licensing)
Issue #229, Section #1 (8 Sep 2003: Code-Formatting Patches And BitKeeper Revision History)
Issue #224, Section #4 (30 Jul 2003: Expected Changes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #222, Section #4 (10 Jul 2003: Explanations Of Various Kernel Trees)
Issue #219, Section #16 (16 Jun 2003: Possible GPL Violations By Many Wireless Vendors)
Issue #217, Section #13 (23 May 2003: kconfig Enhancements)
Issue #214, Section #15 (28 Apr 2003: What To Expect From 2.5)
Issue #213, Section #8 (13 Apr 2003: CML2 Postmortem)
Issue #212, Section #4 (6 Apr 2003: Linux 2.5.66-mm1 Released; Status Of UMSDOS)
Issue #207, Section #11 (2 Mar 2003: Status Of 8x AGP Support)
Issue #206, Section #2 (23 Feb 2003: Accessing The BitKeeper Tree Without BitKeeper)
Issue #202, Section #1 (24 Jan 2003: Status Of 2.5)
Issue #202, Section #5 (24 Jan 2003: Support For AMD Processors)
Issue #202, Section #9 (24 Jan 2003: Support For 'Pending Break Enable' Bit In CPUID Processor Info)
Issue #201, Section #9 (17 Jan 2003: Linux 2.5.56 Released)
Issue #199, Section #1 (6 Jan 2003: System Call Handling; Feature Freeze; Code Freeze; BitKeeper Flames)
Issue #198, Section #2 (30 Dec 2002: Framebuffer Driver For Intel 810/815)
Issue #196, Section #9 (16 Dec 2002: Support For The Via 8233 Onboard Sound Card)
Issue #195, Section #1 (9 Dec 2002: New Athlon 'Bug')
Issue #195, Section #22 (9 Dec 2002: Bugzilla: The Saga Continues)
Issue #195, Section #24 (9 Dec 2002: AGPGART Redesign)
Issue #192, Section #8 (18 Nov 2002: Status Of Feature Freeze)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #188, Section #2 (13 Oct 2002: LVM Removed From 2.5; Replacements Sought)
Issue #185, Section #4 (22 Sep 2002: ReiserFS Enhancements For 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #10 (18 Aug 2002: Status Of -dj Series)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #19 (18 Aug 2002: IDE Comparison Between 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #180, Section #24 (18 Aug 2002: Submitting Patches To [email protected])
Issue #179, Section #12 (11 Aug 2002: MMU-less Patches)
Issue #179, Section #14 (11 Aug 2002: Status Of Generic RTC Driver For 2.5)
Issue #178, Section #7 (4 Aug 2002: agpgart Maintainership)
Issue #178, Section #11 (4 Aug 2002: 2.5.28 Released; Status Of IrDA, IDE, And SCSI; Development Philosophy)
Issue #178, Section #23 (4 Aug 2002: Status Of /proc/pci)
Issue #178, Section #27 (4 Aug 2002: BitKeeper Documentation)
Issue #178, Section #29 (4 Aug 2002: Status Of -dj Tree)
Issue #177, Section #5 (28 Jul 2002: Status Of Bluetooth PC Card Drivers In 2.5)
Issue #176, Section #7 (21 Jul 2002: Status Of Status)
Issue #175, Section #6 (14 Jul 2002: Some Discussion Of Major Version Release Scheduling)
Issue #173, Section #5 (30 Jun 2002: Cleaning Up The Source Tree)
Issue #168, Section #4 (26 May 2002: More kbuild Discussion)
Issue #167, Section #3 (19 May 2002: Status Of CML2 (Abandoned))
Issue #166, Section #2 (12 May 2002: 2.5 Bug Hunt)
Issue #165, Section #8 (5 May 2002: The Nature Of Development Kernels)
Issue #162, Section #3 (14 Apr 2002: New fbdev API)
Issue #162, Section #4 (14 Apr 2002: BitKeeper Statistics)
Issue #160, Section #7 (1 Apr 2002: Status Of ATM Maintainership)
Issue #160, Section #13 (1 Apr 2002: -dj Kernels Forward-Porting 2.4 Code To 2.5; Migrating To BitKeeper)
Issue #160, Section #14 (1 Apr 2002: Some BIOSes Flaky With /proc/cpuinfo Settings)
Issue #159, Section #2 (25 Mar 2002: Some Developers Unhappy With BitKeeper License)
Issue #159, Section #7 (25 Mar 2002: 2.5.7; Vacation)
Issue #158, Section #3 (18 Mar 2002: Seeking A Free Alternative To BitKeeper)
Issue #157, Section #3 (11 Mar 2002: Handling Release Errors)
Issue #156, Section #4 (4 Mar 2001: BitKeeper Kernel Hacking HOWTO)
Issue #153, Section #4 (11 Feb 2002: VM Subsystem Documentation)
Issue #153, Section #9 (11 Feb 2002: Linus Gives BitKeeper A Test Run)
Issue #152, Section #3 (28 Jan 2002: Status Of 2.5)
Issue #152, Section #4 (28 Jan 2002: Cleaning Up mtrr.c)
Issue #148, Section #1 (31 Dec 2001: Microsoft Patents Loading A Trusted OS Into A Trusted CPU)
Issue #148, Section #2 (31 Dec 2001: Status Of CPU Hotplugging In 2.5)
Issue #146, Section #3 (17 Dec 2001: New Build Tools)
Issue #141, Section #7 (12 Nov 2001: Status Of Matrox G550 Framebuffer Support)
Issue #137, Section #1 (15 Oct 2001: Journalled Filesystem Recommendations)
Issue #115, Section #5 (23 Apr 2001: Status Of CML2)
Issue #107, Section #9 (16 Feb 2001: Attack On linux-kernel: The Saga Continues)
Issue #100, Section #5 (1 Jan 2001: Difficulties Getting Docs From ServerWorks)
Issue #98, Section #13 (18 Dec 2000: Trouble Identifying Cyrix III Chips From Via)
Issue #94, Section #8 (20 Nov 2000: Getting Started With Kernel Code)
Issue #87, Section #6 (2 Oct 2000: Keeping Reserve Pages Available In The New VM)
Issue #84, Section #8 (11 Sep 2000: 2.2.18pre2 Also Released Before 2.2.17)
Issue #81, Section #11 (21 Aug 2000: Linux 2.2.17pre16)
Issue #71, Section #3 (12 Jun 2000: Some Discussion Of Compiler Optimization Switches)
Issue #62, Section #12 (10 Apr 2000: AFFS Support And Discussion)
Issue #60, Section #1 (27 Mar 2000: Alan Nears 2.2.16)
Issue #50, Section #8 (10 Jan 2000: memcpy() Benchmarks For Winchip)
Issue #43, Section #1 (15 Nov 1999: /proc/pci Confusion)
Issue #42, Section #5 (8 Nov 1999: Subtle Multiarchitecture Code)
Issue #30, Section #8 (5 Aug 1999: 2.2 Winchip Support)
Issue #10, Section #16 (18 Mar 1999: Hardware Vendors Reluctant To Release Specs)
Issue #3, Section #1 (28 Jan 1999: 'goto' In The Sources)

 

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