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David S. Miller

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Issue #332, Section #4 (17 Oct 2005: Review Cycle Leading To 2.6.13.4)
Issue #331, Section #7 (10 Oct 2005: Stable Series Patch Review Begins Towards 2.6.13.3)
Issue #329, Section #15 (26 Sep 2005: kprobes Maintainership)
Issue #328, Section #2 (19 Sep 2005: Review Period In Preparation For 2.6.13.1)
Issue #328, Section #7 (19 Sep 2005: Linux 2.6.13.1 Released)
Issue #327, Section #13 (12 Sep 2005: Developer Toe-Stepping Over Patch Submission Policies)
Issue #324, Section #1 (4 Sep 2005: Abortive Attempt To Remove Support For Older GCC Versions)
Issue #323, Section #12 (3 Sep 2005: New Server Hosting The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #321, Section #9 (3 Sep 2005: Linux 2.4.32-pre2 Released)
Issue #320, Section #5 (28 Aug 2005: Linux 2.6.12.3 Released)
Issue #310, Section #7 (4 Jun 2005: Attempting To Unify Semaphore Implementations For Maintainability)
Issue #310, Section #9 (4 Jun 2005: Linux 2.6.11.8 Released)
Issue #307, Section #4 (26 Apr 2005: Review Period Leading Toward 2.6.11.7)
Issue #307, Section #20 (26 Apr 2005: Git Mailing List Archives Available)
Issue #306, Section #5 (11 Apr 2005: Reorganizing Network Configuration Options)
Issue #287, Section #9 (1 Jan 2005: Kprobes Wrapper To Define jprobe.entry)
Issue #286, Section #4 (30 Nov 2004: Linux 2.4.28-rc3 Released)
Issue #283, Section #1 (6 Nov 2004: Kprobes Debugging Code Ported To PPC64)
Issue #279, Section #3 (20 Oct 2004: ipchains And ipfwadm To Be Removed; iptables Replacing Them, But Not Yet Fully Ready)
Issue #278, Section #3 (19 Oct 2004: Status Of BKL (Big Kernel Lock); Some Comparison With FreeBSD)
Issue #276, Section #6 (9 Oct 2004: More On The PWC Driver)
Issue #273, Section #7 (6 Sep 2004: Linux 2.4.27-rc4)
Issue #266, Section #5 (1 Jul 2004: NAPI Configuration Help Text)
Issue #265, Section #2 (30 Jun 2004: Linux 2.6.7-rc2-mm1 Released; Linux 2.7 May Require GCC Version Greater Than 2.x)
Issue #262, Section #3 (11 Jun 2004: Crypto CRC32C Module)
Issue #262, Section #5 (11 Jun 2004: Linux 2.4.27-pre1 Released)
Issue #259, Section #11 (22 May 2004: Consolidating Redundant msecs And jiffies Code)
Issue #255, Section #18 (31 Mar 2004: Bluetooth SysFS Support)
Issue #254, Section #29 (19 Mar 2004: Netlink-Based Notifications For SELinux Kernel Events)
Issue #253, Section #3 (7 Mar 2004: Linux 2.6.2-rc2-mm1)
Issue #251, Section #30 (9 Feb 2004: IrDA Serial Dongle Support In 2.6 Reaching Parity With 2.4 Support)
Issue #251, Section #34 (9 Feb 2004: IMQ Forward-Ported To 2.6; Inclusion Still In Question)
Issue #251, Section #36 (9 Feb 2004: drivers/net/de6* Needs A Maintainer)
Issue #245, Section #1 (14 Dec 2003: Status Of 2.4; Some Discussion Of Interface Stability In All Kernels)
Issue #240, Section #6 (10 Nov 2003: Status Of ipchains In 2.6)
Issue #237, Section #3 (26 Oct 2003: Status Of RelayFS)
Issue #237, Section #8 (26 Oct 2003: Job Postings on linux-kernel)
Issue #228, Section #1 (17 Aug 2003: Kernel 2.6 Size Increase Troubling For Embedded Developers)
Issue #227, Section #3 (11 Aug 2003: Status Of Module Code)
Issue #226, Section #2 (5 Aug 2003: SCO's Claim Of Linux Copyright Violation; Off-Topic Posters Banned)
Issue #226, Section #9 (5 Aug 2003: First Ban From linux-kernel: Rick A. Hohensee)
Issue #225, Section #2 (31 Jul 2003: Status Of The KDB Kernel Debugger)
Issue #217, Section #5 (23 May 2003: Kernel Policy On Link-Order Dependencies)
Issue #216, Section #2 (20 May 2003: Some WLAN Chip Specs Secret To Protect Military Communications)
Issue #215, Section #10 (9 May 2003: More 64-Bit mknod Discussion)
Issue #215, Section #11 (9 May 2003: Many Drivers Broken By IRQ API Changes)
Issue #213, Section #6 (13 Apr 2003: Cleaning Up The Cache-Flushing Code)
Issue #210, Section #12 (23 Mar 2003: Mailing List Stats)
Issue #208, Section #7 (7 Mar 2003: ioctl32 Consolidation)
Issue #207, Section #12 (2 Mar 2003: Consolidating Multiple ioctl Handler Code)
Issue #207, Section #19 (2 Mar 2003: Mailing List Statistics)
Issue #206, Section #4 (23 Feb 2003: Linux 2.5.60 Released; POSIX Thread Handling; UML Naming Conflict)
Issue #206, Section #7 (23 Feb 2003: Status Of IPv6)
Issue #206, Section #11 (23 Feb 2003: IPv6 IPsec Support)
Issue #203, Section #4 (31 Jan 2003: Aic7xxx 6.2.28 And Aic79xx 1.3.0 Released; Developer Disconnect)
Issue #203, Section #5 (31 Jan 2003: Mailing List Policy; FAQ Maintenance)
Issue #198, Section #1 (30 Dec 2002: Complaints About fbdev Design)
Issue #194, Section #1 (2 Dec 2002: Linux 2.4.20-rc2 Released)
Issue #194, Section #10 (2 Dec 2002: Compatibility Layer Between 32- And 64-Bit Architectures)
Issue #193, Section #5 (25 Nov 2002: Bugzilla Bug Tracking Database For The Kernel)
Issue #190, Section #2 (28 Oct 2002: Hard-To-Track Bugs Caused By Obscure Global Symbols)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #189, Section #22 (20 Oct 2002: Kernel 2.5 Exercised In LLC And Token Ring Features)
Issue #187, Section #9 (6 Oct 2002: USAGI Project Bringing IPv6 Closer To Spec)
Issue #187, Section #13 (6 Oct 2002: IPv6 Refinement)
Issue #185, Section #1 (22 Sep 2002: Chasing OOPSen)
Issue #185, Section #10 (22 Sep 2002: Ebtables Ethernet Bridge Tables For 2.5.34)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #184, Section #1 (15 Sep 2002: e1000 Driver With TCP Segmentation Offloading)
Issue #184, Section #4 (15 Sep 2002: Finding The Right Compiler)
Issue #184, Section #19 (15 Sep 2002: Zerocopy NFS For 2.5.33)
Issue #183, Section #2 (8 Sep 2002: Status Of IPv6)
Issue #183, Section #5 (8 Sep 2002: Extending The Kernel API To Handle 64-Bit Values)
Issue #183, Section #13 (8 Sep 2002: Status Of e1000 In 2.4)
Issue #182, Section #3 (1 Sep 2002: SCTP Under Linux)
Issue #182, Section #5 (1 Sep 2002: ALSA Update For 2.5)
Issue #182, Section #29 (1 Sep 2002: Linux 2.4.20-pre5)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #6 (18 Aug 2002: Tigon3 Crash Bug)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #173, Section #1 (30 Jun 2002: Sparc64 Support For O(1) Scheduler; Developer Interaction)
Issue #172, Section #2 (23 Jun 2002: Per-Socket Statistics Proposed And Rejected)
Issue #169, Section #4 (2 Jun 2002: Status Of /dev/port)
Issue #169, Section #5 (2 Jun 2002: Status Of ext3 And RAID In 2.2)
Issue #169, Section #9 (2 Jun 2002: BitKeeper Discussion)
Issue #167, Section #1 (19 May 2002: khttpd Leaving The Kernel; Tux Possibly Going In)
Issue #165, Section #9 (5 May 2002: Some Discussion Of Patch Submission Policy)
Issue #160, Section #1 (1 Apr 2002: Status Of RFC 2385 Under Linux)
Issue #160, Section #7 (1 Apr 2002: Status Of ATM Maintainership)
Issue #157, Section #3 (11 Mar 2002: Handling Release Errors)
Issue #154, Section #5 (18 Feb 2002: 2.4.18-pre9)
Issue #150, Section #1 (14 Jan 2002: Reiserfs Problem On 2.4.17 Sparc64 Systems)
Issue #146, Section #1 (17 Dec 2001: Coding Style; Development Philosophy)
Issue #145, Section #6 (10 Dec 2001: Kernel 2.4.17-pre2 Released)
Issue #145, Section #12 (10 Dec 2001: 2.4 Maintenance)
Issue #144, Section #7 (3 Dec 2001: Brief Discussion Of Patch Submission Policies For 2.4)
Issue #138, Section #4 (22 Oct 2001: Status Of 2.4, 2.4-ac, and 2.5)
Issue #135, Section #3 (1 Oct 2001: Ruminations On 2.5)
Issue #135, Section #11 (1 Oct 2001: U.S. Anti-Terrorism Laws)
Issue #131, Section #9 (3 Sep 2001: Qlogic/FC Firmware Licensing Issues)
Issue #129, Section #2 (6 Aug 2001: Framebuffer Bug And Fix In sparc32 2.2 And 2.4)
Issue #125, Section #5 (9 Jul 2001: Linux Performance on old Sun machines)
Issue #124, Section #3 (2 Jul 2001: Status Of VLAN Support)
Issue #124, Section #5 (2 Jul 2001: Behavior Changes Between 2.2 And 2.4)
Issue #122, Section #2 (18 Jun 2001: Using Kernel Headers In User Programs)
Issue #121, Section #1 (11 Jun 2001: ECN At kernel.org)
Issue #119, Section #4 (21 May 2001: 2.4.4 Intentionally Breaks Source Compatibility With 2.4.3)
Issue #118, Section #5 (14 May 2001: Designing API To Enforce Good Coding Practices)
Issue #116, Section #5 (30 Apr 2001: New Open Source X Server Project)
Issue #115, Section #1 (23 Apr 2001: linux-kernel Spam Filter Debate)
Issue #115, Section #7 (23 Apr 2001: Kernel 2.5 Summit, And Preparations For The Next One)
Issue #113, Section #8 (30 Mar 2001: User Space Web Server Accelerator Support)
Issue #113, Section #9 (30 Mar 2001: Big Slowdown In 2.4.2)
Issue #112, Section #11 (23 Mar 2001: 2.4 Not Backward Compatible With 2.2)
Issue #109, Section #1 (2 Mar 2001: New Starfire Driver Maintainer)
Issue #107, Section #9 (16 Feb 2001: Attack On linux-kernel: The Saga Continues)
Issue #107, Section #10 (16 Feb 2001: Single Copy Pipe/FIFO Implementation)
Issue #106, Section #1 (9 Feb 2001: Some Explanation Of The 'zerocopy' Patches)
Issue #106, Section #19 (9 Feb 2001: Hostile Activity Against The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #103, Section #16 (19 Jan 2001: Comparing Khttpd, Boa, And Tux)
Issue #102, Section #22 (12 Jan 2001: Configuration Cleanup In 2.4.0)
Issue #100, Section #9 (1 Jan 2001: VM Performance Issues Regarding Memory Allocation)
Issue #99, Section #7 (25 Dec 2000: Some Documentation Cleanup)
Issue #91, Section #12 (30 Oct 2000: Minor Problems With 'linux-kernel')
Issue #90, Section #9 (23 Oct 2000: Problems With Kernel CVS Tree)
Issue #90, Section #11 (23 Oct 2000: Sparc Fixes)
Issue #87, Section #1 (2 Oct 2000: Possible GPL Violations By Microsoft; Kernel Debugger In Official Sources)
Issue #87, Section #8 (2 Oct 2000: Getting Very Close To 2.4.0)
Issue #87, Section #10 (2 Oct 2000: linux-kernel Digest Discontinued)
Issue #86, Section #11 (25 Sep 2000: Linus To Adopt Patch Queue System!!!)
Issue #86, Section #12 (25 Sep 2000: VM Patches Looking Good)
Issue #84, Section #5 (11 Sep 2000: 2.4.0-test8-pre1)
Issue #83, Section #1 (5 Sep 2000: 2.4 SMP Scalability)
Issue #83, Section #4 (5 Sep 2000: Driver Organization; Serial Devices And X; Sharing Code; Philosophy Of Development)
Issue #83, Section #11 (5 Sep 2000: Compiling Kernels With 'kgcc')
Issue #82, Section #1 (28 Aug 2000: linux-kernel Moves To kernel.org)
Issue #81, Section #9 (21 Aug 2000: "Heap Of Bugs" Found In 2.4 Drivers)
Issue #80, Section #13 (14 Aug 2000: VM Hangs On For 2.5)
Issue #72, Section #3 (19 Jun 2000: 32-bit Devices On Alpha)
Issue #72, Section #8 (19 Jun 2000: Pushing For Sign-off On CML2)
Issue #66, Section #2 (8 May 2000: Cleaning Up Unnecessary Kernel Locks)
Issue #64, Section #2 (24 Apr 2000: ioctl() Bug Hunt And Fix)
Issue #63, Section #1 (17 Apr 2000: NetWare Filesystem Sources Published)
Issue #63, Section #7 (17 Apr 2000: Structural Changes Before Stable Series)
Issue #60, Section #3 (27 Mar 2000: Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Mar 2000: More Of Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #59, Section #8 (20 Mar 2000: Problems With Newest Compiler Snapshots)
Issue #57, Section #6 (6 Mar 2000: Developers Dispute NIS Implementation)
Issue #54, Section #1 (14 Feb 2000: ToDo Before 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #54, Section #8 (14 Feb 2000: Read-Write Semaphores For Alpha)
Issue #52, Section #5 (24 Jan 2000: linux-kernel Mailing List Problems)
Issue #51, Section #2 (18 Jan 2000: Y2K Strikes linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #51, Section #3 (18 Jan 2000: Userland RARP)
Issue #49, Section #1 (3 Jan 2000: Thread-Private Mappings; Linus On Unix)
Issue #49, Section #2 (3 Jan 2000: Preparing For Code Freeze)
Issue #46, Section #6 (13 Dec 1999: Dangerous Fixes To FAT And HPFS)
Issue #45, Section #12 (6 Dec 1999: Raw Vs. Medium Raw Keyboard Mode)
Issue #42, Section #7 (8 Nov 1999: Questions And Answers About New Buffer Hash)
Issue #41, Section #6 (1 Nov 1999: Some Explanation Of The Kernel Development Process)
Issue #39, Section #4 (18 Oct 1999: 3rd-Party Modules Interfere With Kernel Debugging (More Vmware Problems))
Issue #37, Section #13 (4 Oct 1999: Linux 2.2.x ISN Vulnerability)
Issue #35, Section #12 (20 Sep 1999: Sparc32 Not Fully Ported To New MM Architecture)
Issue #34, Section #7 (13 Sep 1999: BSDi Timestamp Bug)
Issue #34, Section #9 (13 Sep 1999: Files Appear Multiple Times Over NFS Under 2.3.x)
Issue #34, Section #15 (13 Sep 1999: NFS In The Linus Tree)
Issue #34, Section #18 (13 Sep 1999: Longstanding CDROM Bug Fixed For 2.3.x)
Issue #34, Section #21 (13 Sep 1999: Uniform Driver Interface 1.0 Gets Cold Shoulder)
Issue #34, Section #32 (13 Sep 1999: Race Conditions In File Creation In 2.3.x)
Issue #33, Section #22 (7 Sep 1999: Debugging Threaded Applications)
Issue #33, Section #23 (7 Sep 1999: Module Init Code Handling)
Issue #33, Section #28 (7 Sep 1999: Remnants Of The Recent Attack)
Issue #33, Section #29 (7 Sep 1999: IPVS Problems)
Issue #32, Section #3 (27 Aug 1999: Tulip And 2.2.11)
Issue #32, Section #18 (27 Aug 1999: linux-kernel Under Attack)
Issue #31, Section #11 (19 Aug 1999: Development Conflicts)
Issue #29, Section #6 (29 Jul 1999: Networking Conformance Issues)
Issue #26, Section #11 (8 Jul 1999: Linux 2.2.10ac6 Announcement And Problems)
Issue #25, Section #6 (1 Jul 1999: 2.3.7 Filesystem Reorganization And Breakage)
Issue #24, Section #2 (24 Jun 1999: Ooooooo!)
Issue #23, Section #3 (17 Jun 1999: XTP And Bell Labs' IL In The Standard Kernel)
Issue #23, Section #4 (17 Jun 1999: Linux Reminiscence)
Issue #23, Section #7 (17 Jun 1999: Cross Compiling Alpha Kernel On X86)
Issue #23, Section #9 (17 Jun 1999: Kernel Based Web Server)
Issue #22, Section #11 (9 Jun 1999: 2.2.x Bug Fix)
Issue #22, Section #15 (9 Jun 1999: Merced)
Issue #21, Section #7 (3 Jun 1999: Profiling Locks For Speed Enhancements)
Issue #21, Section #8 (3 Jun 1999: Ipchains Firewalling Code Patched For Memory Leak)
Issue #21, Section #9 (3 Jun 1999: Linus Announces Pre-2.3.4-1)
Issue #17, Section #15 (6 May 1999: Fixes For Rarely Touched Code)
Issue #16, Section #1 (29 Apr 1999: Linux Takes A Performance Hit To Compensate For Bug In MacOS)
Issue #16, Section #8 (29 Apr 1999: linux-kernel Slowdown)
Issue #13, Section #2 (8 Apr 1999: SPARC Compilation Problem In 2.2.4 And ac Patches)
Issue #13, Section #6 (8 Apr 1999: CODA Discussion)
Issue #13, Section #10 (8 Apr 1999: 2.2.5 Announcement; Linus Goes On Vacation)
Issue #11, Section #1 (27 Mar 1999: Kernel Accounting)
Issue #10, Section #7 (18 Mar 1999: Developer Interaction)
Issue #10, Section #19 (18 Mar 1999: TCP Bugfix)
Issue #8, Section #3 (4 Mar 1999: Compensating For Bugs In Other OSes)
Issue #8, Section #4 (4 Mar 1999: Tripping Bugs In Userland Programs)
Issue #8, Section #5 (4 Mar 1999: Scheduler Resolution)
Issue #8, Section #11 (4 Mar 1999: Fixes To 2.0 But Not 2.2; Working Around Solaris Bugs)
Issue #5, Section #9 (11 Feb 1999: Process Scheduling)
Issue #1, Section #8 (14 Jan 1999: linux-kernel Slowdown)

 

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