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Davide Libenzi

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Issue #269, Section #3 (19 Jul 2004: Dealing With Odd Intel Behavior)
Issue #264, Section #1 (25 Jun 2004: Abortive Attempt To Enhance dnotify)
Issue #264, Section #19 (25 Jun 2004: Linus Proposes New Patch Attribution Convention)
Issue #250, Section #15 (4 Feb 2004: UML Requirements For Freeing Dirty Pages)
Issue #242, Section #2 (24 Nov 2003: kernel.bkbits.net Down For Security Reasons; arch Proposed As BitKeeper Alternative)
Issue #240, Section #7 (10 Nov 2003: IRQ Routing With Sis ISA Bridges)
Issue #235, Section #3 (24 Oct 2003: More BitKeeper Debate; 'Arch' A Potential Replacement)
Issue #227, Section #2 (11 Aug 2003: Scheduler Interactivity Improvements And Lingering Problems In 2.6-test)
Issue #227, Section #8 (11 Aug 2003: Finessing The NUMA Scheduler)
Issue #224, Section #4 (30 Jul 2003: Expected Changes From 2.4 To 2.6)
Issue #219, Section #16 (16 Jun 2003: Possible GPL Violations By Many Wireless Vendors)
Issue #217, Section #11 (23 May 2003: Deep, Dark, Boot Vector Weirdness)
Issue #216, Section #1 (20 May 2003: Proposed System Call To Speed Process Creation)
Issue #180, Section #8 (18 Aug 2002: Linux Test Project Update)
Issue #160, Section #2 (1 Apr 2002: Maximum Number Of Threads On A System)
Issue #151, Section #9 (21 Jan 2002: User-Mode Linux And The New Scheduler Code)
Issue #150, Section #4 (14 Jan 2002: New Scalable Scheduler)
Issue #149, Section #1 (7 Jan 2002: The Scheduler; Development Philosophy; IRC)
Issue #142, Section #3 (19 Nov 2001: Revising The Linux Scheduler)
Issue #119, Section #1 (21 May 2001: Fast User-Space Web Server)
Issue #86, Section #5 (25 Sep 2000: /proc API)
Issue #24, Section #5 (24 Jun 1999: Unwelcome Optimizations For Many Threads)
Issue #20, Section #5 (27 May 1999: Debate Over 'goto' In Source)

 

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