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David Weinehall

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Issue #288, Section #4 (2 Jan 2005: MCA Maintainership)
Issue #284, Section #1 (17 Nov 2004: Linux 2.6.9 Released)
Issue #279, Section #7 (20 Oct 2004: Porting Linux To The Xbox)
Issue #255, Section #1 (31 Mar 2004: Strace Test Tool Released)
Issue #255, Section #10 (31 Mar 2004: Status Of 2.0 Port Of uClinux)
Issue #254, Section #13 (19 Mar 2004: CodingStyle Documentation Update)
Issue #253, Section #8 (7 Mar 2004: Uptime Rollover; Status Of 2.0)
Issue #253, Section #23 (7 Mar 2004: Linux 2.0.40 "Moss-Covered Tortoise" Released)
Issue #250, Section #20 (4 Feb 2004: Status Of 2.0)
Issue #244, Section #8 (8 Dec 2003: Status Of The 2.0 Kernel (Yes, The 2.0 Kernel))
Issue #181, Section #11 (25 Aug 2002: GPG-Signing Kernel Mailing List Posts)
Issue #180, Section #4 (18 Aug 2002: uClinux With Memory Management)
Issue #176, Section #6 (21 Jul 2002: Status Of 2.0)
Issue #152, Section #4 (28 Jan 2002: Cleaning Up mtrr.c)
Issue #149, Section #2 (7 Jan 2002: Some Discussion Of Development Philosophy)
Issue #144, Section #4 (3 Dec 2001: Marcelo Takes Over 2.4)
Issue #144, Section #8 (3 Dec 2001: 2.4 Release Policies)
Issue #144, Section #10 (3 Dec 2001: Preparing For 2.0.40)
Issue #141, Section #2 (12 Nov 2001: Linus And Alan Outline Their Future Plans (Wow!))
Issue #140, Section #4 (5 Nov 2001: Which Compiler To Use)
Issue #137, Section #4 (15 Oct 2001: 2.0.40-pre2 Released)
Issue #121, Section #8 (11 Jun 2001: Status Of CML2)
Issue #111, Section #2 (16 Mar 2001: Linux Vs. FreeBSD Networking Performance)
Issue #111, Section #8 (16 Mar 2001: Massive Filesystem Corruption In 2.4.3)
Issue #110, Section #11 (9 Mar 2001: Linux On Unisys ES7000)
Issue #105, Section #15 (2 Feb 2001: Option To Disable printk() Output)
Issue #103, Section #11 (19 Jan 2001: Superfluous Whitespace In The Kernel Sources)
Issue #103, Section #12 (19 Jan 2001: 2.0.39 Announced)
Issue #100, Section #11 (1 Jan 2001: ATA Specification Available With Click-Through Licence)
Issue #94, Section #10 (20 Nov 2000: 64-Bit 'printk()' in 2.2)
Issue #94, Section #11 (20 Nov 2000: The US Presidential Election)
Issue #90, Section #3 (23 Oct 2000: VM Looking Good; 'OOM Killer' Discussion)
Issue #90, Section #5 (23 Oct 2000: Approaching 2.0.39)
Issue #86, Section #14 (25 Sep 2000: 2.0.39: The Saga Continues)
Issue #84, Section #9 (11 Sep 2000: 2.0.39-pre7)
Issue #83, Section #7 (5 Sep 2000: BeFS For 2.2 And 2.4)
Issue #79, Section #1 (7 Aug 2000: Approaching 2.0.39)
Issue #72, Section #7 (19 Jun 2000: To Do List For Next Unstable Series)
Issue #71, Section #6 (12 Jun 2000: Troubles Getting NFS Fixes Into 2.2.x)
Issue #71, Section #7 (12 Jun 2000: Backporting Filesystem Fixes To 2.2/2.0)
Issue #67, Section #4 (15 May 2000: NTFS Troubles; Windows Partition Formats)
Issue #66, Section #8 (8 May 2000: 2.0.x Development Continues)
Issue #59, Section #3 (20 Mar 2000: 64-bit Linux)
Issue #53, Section #1 (7 Feb 2000: Discussion Of The Development Process)
Issue #53, Section #2 (7 Feb 2000: ALI M15x3 Chipset: Experimental Or Stable)
Issue #53, Section #3 (7 Feb 2000: US Crypto Laws)
Issue #52, Section #1 (24 Jan 2000: ToDo Before 2.4)
Issue #48, Section #5 (27 Dec 1999: Major Security Hole In 2.0.x!! Alan Hands Off The 2.0 Tree To David Weinehall!!)
Issue #45, Section #11 (6 Dec 1999: When LVM And Others Will Go Into The Main Tree)
Issue #41, Section #5 (1 Nov 1999: OFFTOPIC: Color-Blindness And Viewing The Kernel Version History Page)
Issue #36, Section #14 (27 Sep 1999: 2.3.18ac4 Announced)
Issue #36, Section #20 (27 Sep 1999: CBMFS v. 0.4e Announced)
Issue #35, Section #3 (20 Sep 1999: RAID And NFS Trouble Going Into The Main Tree)
Issue #35, Section #4 (20 Sep 1999: IKD In The Kernel)
Issue #35, Section #15 (20 Sep 1999: Config Menu Reorganization)
Issue #35, Section #17 (20 Sep 1999: IPv6 As A Module)
Issue #35, Section #26 (20 Sep 1999: CBMFS v0.4 For 2.2.12)
Issue #33, Section #33 (7 Sep 1999: Linux 2.2.13pre1)
Issue #5, Section #1 (11 Feb 1999: Capabilities And ACLs)
Issue #4, Section #1 (4 Feb 1999: Philosophy Of The Stable Series)

 

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