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Eric S. Raymond

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Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #173, Section #7 (30 Jun 2002: Status Of CML2 And Kernel Configuration System)
Issue #171, Section #1 (16 Jun 2002: Status Of kbuild And CML2)
Issue #167, Section #3 (19 May 2002: Status Of CML2 (Abandoned))
Issue #152, Section #1 (28 Jan 2002: Fundamental Change In Driver Handling For 2.5)
Issue #146, Section #3 (17 Dec 2001: New Build Tools)
Issue #126, Section #2 (16 Jul 2001: State of CML2)
Issue #125, Section #6 (9 Jul 2001: Help-Entry Maintenance)
Issue #123, Section #10 (25 Jun 2001: Linux Human Interest Story (Tear Jerker))
Issue #123, Section #11 (25 Jun 2001: Hackers Dropping Like Flies)
Issue #122, Section #5 (18 Jun 2001: Undocumented Configuration Symbols In 2.4.6pre2)
Issue #121, Section #8 (11 Jun 2001: Status Of CML2)
Issue #120, Section #9 (28 May 2001: Very Old Config Bug; CML2 Discussion)
Issue #116, Section #4 (30 Apr 2001: CML2 Looking Good)
Issue #115, Section #5 (23 Apr 2001: Status Of CML2)
Issue #112, Section #7 (23 Mar 2001: Config Variable Reorganization)
Issue #93, Section #7 (13 Nov 2000: Migrating To A More Modular Kernel)
Issue #91, Section #4 (30 Oct 2000: Tulip Driver Complexity Interferes With Development)
Issue #83, Section #4 (5 Sep 2000: Driver Organization; Serial Devices And X; Sharing Code; Philosophy Of Development)
Issue #79, Section #14 (7 Aug 2000: Status Of CML2)
Issue #72, Section #7 (19 Jun 2000: To Do List For Next Unstable Series)
Issue #72, Section #8 (19 Jun 2000: Pushing For Sign-off On CML2)
Issue #72, Section #11 (19 Jun 2000: Easing The Compilation Process)
Issue #71, Section #4 (12 Jun 2000: CML2 Replacement For The 'kbuild' System; Language Dispute)
Issue #71, Section #10 (12 Jun 2000: Anti- Open Source Article Discussed)
Issue #25, Section #4 (1 Jul 1999: The Future Of OS Design)

 

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