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H. Peter Anvin

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Issue #334, Section #23 (26 Nov 2005: git 0.99.9b In Use On kernel.org Machines)
Issue #333, Section #3 (2005/11/13: Ruminations On Pathname Encodings For git)
Issue #333, Section #10 (2005/11/13: Load Issues With gitweb.cgi On kernel.org)
Issue #333, Section #12 (2005/11/13: Denial Of Service Attacks Against The git Protocol)
Issue #333, Section #13 (2005/11/13: Attempting To Revise The git Protocol)
Issue #329, Section #10 (26 Sep 2005: master.kernel.org Moves To New Home)
Issue #307, Section #10 (26 Apr 2005: Status Of New kernel.org Hardware)
Issue #306, Section #10 (11 Apr 2005: New Hardware For kernel.org)
Issue #305, Section #4 (4 Apr 2005: SquashFS Support For ./ And ../)
Issue #293, Section #12 (9 Jan 2005: Getting/Setting FAT Filesystem Attribute Bits)
Issue #293, Section #13 (9 Jan 2005: More On FAT Attributes)
Issue #289, Section #4 (3 Jan 2005: Performance Problems With kernel.org)
Issue #289, Section #8 (3 Jan 2005: Proposal For A Userspace Architecture Portability Library)
Issue #287, Section #18 (1 Jan 2005: kernel.org Hardware Troubles)
Issue #274, Section #5 (18 Sep 2004: Linux 2.6.8-rc3 Released; AES Licensing Dispute And Resolution)
Issue #271, Section #4 (11 Aug 2004: Accessing The Kernel Sources Via CVS)
Issue #268, Section #4 (19 Jul 2004: linux-libc-headers Updated To 2.6.7; Status Of ABI Cleanup)
Issue #255, Section #27 (31 Mar 2004: FUSE Filstystem Interaction With SELinux)
Issue #252, Section #2 (12 Feb 2004: Ongoing FAT Filesystem Support)
Issue #251, Section #28 (9 Feb 2004: Exporting Kernel Headers To User-Space; Stablizing The Kernel ABI)
Issue #249, Section #20 (27 Jan 2004: Using Floating Point Operations In Kernel Code)
Issue #248, Section #7 (20 Jan 2004: Some RAID Recommendations)
Issue #243, Section #2 (1 Dec 2003: New ndiswrapper Project To Load Certain Windows Drivers In Linux)
Issue #243, Section #9 (1 Dec 2003: SIGTRAP Handling Change From 2.4 To 2.6 Under x86)
Issue #242, Section #2 (24 Nov 2003: kernel.bkbits.net Down For Security Reasons; arch Proposed As BitKeeper Alternative)
Issue #241, Section #2 (16 Nov 2003: CramFS Maintainership)
Issue #229, Section #3 (8 Sep 2003: Pre-Loading Modules Before Bootup)
Issue #218, Section #2 (7 Jun 2003: New submount Removable Media Handler)
Issue #215, Section #1 (9 May 2003: Implementing Fine-Grained Control Over printk() Output)
Issue #215, Section #5 (9 May 2003: Passing System Call Parameters)
Issue #215, Section #7 (9 May 2003: kernel.bkbits.net Outage)
Issue #215, Section #8 (9 May 2003: New 64-Bit mknod Tool)
Issue #214, Section #1 (28 Apr 2003: Static Versus Dynamic Device Numbering)
Issue #214, Section #4 (28 Apr 2003: New flink() System Call Shot Down)
Issue #211, Section #1 (30 Mar 2003: BK->CVS Real-Time Mirror)
Issue #211, Section #5 (30 Mar 2003: Deprecating .gz Format On kernel.org)
Issue #211, Section #12 (30 Mar 2003: Repository For Version Control Systems)
Issue #210, Section #1 (23 Mar 2003: BitBucket: A BitKeeper Competitor; Version Control Discussion)
Issue #210, Section #20 (23 Mar 2003: kernel.org Planned Downtime)
Issue #209, Section #10 (16 Mar 2003: klibc Licensing Discussion)
Issue #208, Section #18 (7 Mar 2003: Status Of Major And Minor Device Number Allocation)
Issue #205, Section #3 (14 Feb 2003: klibc Update)
Issue #205, Section #11 (14 Feb 2003: klibc Update For 2.5)
Issue #204, Section #5 (7 Feb 2003: Secure Distribution Of New Kernel Sources)
Issue #204, Section #6 (7 Feb 2003: Updating The Boot Sector Code)
Issue #204, Section #10 (7 Feb 2003: Perl In The Configuration System)
Issue #200, Section #11 (13 Jan 2003: More Work On devfs Replacement; Maybe Too Late For 2.5)
Issue #196, Section #6 (16 Dec 2002: ACPI Licensing Change)
Issue #194, Section #16 (2 Dec 2002: Direction Of User-Mode Linux)
Issue #191, Section #6 (11 Nov 2002: Status Of Xiafs In 2.5)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #188, Section #19 (13 Oct 2002: driverfs Changing Its Name; New Name Unknown)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #184, Section #9 (15 Sep 2002: Searching For The autofs Maintainer)
Issue #181, Section #2 (25 Aug 2002: Status Of klibc And Logging)
Issue #181, Section #6 (25 Aug 2002: More Logging Issues Considered)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #9 (18 Aug 2002: Daily Snapshots Of The Unstable Series)
Issue #180, Section #12 (18 Aug 2002: klibc And Licensing)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #178, Section #13 (4 Aug 2002: Header Files And The Kernel Application Binary Interface)
Issue #173, Section #5 (30 Jun 2002: Cleaning Up The Source Tree)
Issue #159, Section #1 (25 Mar 2002: Status Of Linux 386 Support)
Issue #158, Section #3 (18 Mar 2002: Seeking A Free Alternative To BitKeeper)
Issue #155, Section #3 (25 Feb 2002: /proc Cleanup)
Issue #154, Section #4 (18 Feb 2002: New Kernel Installation Script)
Issue #154, Section #7 (18 Feb 2002: Email Address Confusion)
Issue #153, Section #1 (11 Feb 2002: Maximum Number Of Anonymous Filesystem Mounts In 2.4)
Issue #153, Section #5 (11 Feb 2002: New Features On kernel.org)
Issue #152, Section #5 (28 Jan 2002: kernel.org Problems)
Issue #150, Section #3 (14 Jan 2002: Support For Large FAT Partitions)
Issue #149, Section #1 (7 Jan 2002: The Scheduler; Development Philosophy; IRC)
Issue #149, Section #9 (7 Jan 2002: New 2.4 Fork)
Issue #148, Section #1 (31 Dec 2001: Microsoft Patents Loading A Trusted OS Into A Trusted CPU)
Issue #148, Section #6 (31 Dec 2001: Compiler Optimization Requirements)
Issue #145, Section #8 (10 Dec 2001: Incremental Prepatches Now Available)
Issue #144, Section #4 (3 Dec 2001: Marcelo Takes Over 2.4)
Issue #144, Section #6 (3 Dec 2001: Suggestions For Marcelo)
Issue #144, Section #8 (3 Dec 2001: 2.4 Release Policies)
Issue #134, Section #5 (24 Sep 2001: kernel.org Downtime And IP Number Change)
Issue #131, Section #1 (3 Sep 2001: New Graphical Bootloader Under Development)
Issue #120, Section #5 (28 May 2001: Device Numbers; Developer Discontent)
Issue #118, Section #3 (14 May 2001: ISO9660 Endianness Cleanup)
Issue #118, Section #4 (14 May 2001: Maximum Number Of Directories In A Directory)
Issue #117, Section #5 (7 May 2001: No ISO9660 Filesystem Maintainer)
Issue #114, Section #1 (16 Apr 2001: 64-Bit Major/Minor Device Numbers And PID Allocations)
Issue #110, Section #2 (9 Mar 2001: Addressing PID Prediction Attacks)
Issue #109, Section #2 (2 Mar 2001: New Protocol For Network Console During Bootup)
Issue #109, Section #6 (2 Mar 2001: Linux Boot FAQ And Other Boot-Related Docs)
Issue #107, Section #2 (16 Feb 2001: shm Shared Memory Management Taken Out Of tmpfs)
Issue #106, Section #6 (9 Feb 2001: Renaming lost+found)
Issue #103, Section #16 (19 Jan 2001: Comparing Khttpd, Boa, And Tux)
Issue #102, Section #6 (12 Jan 2001: devices.txt Cleanup)
Issue #98, Section #9 (18 Dec 2000: Negotiating The A20 Address Gate)
Issue #97, Section #10 (11 Dec 2000: Linux On Transmeta Chips)
Issue #96, Section #13 (4 Dec 2000: New Include Directory For Internal Interfaces)
Issue #93, Section #1 (13 Nov 2000: Redesigning 'poll()')
Issue #91, Section #12 (30 Oct 2000: Minor Problems With 'linux-kernel')
Issue #91, Section #13 (30 Oct 2000: Searching For Dual-AGP-Slot Motherboards)
Issue #90, Section #4 (23 Oct 2000: Maximum Size For DVD Images.)
Issue #90, Section #6 (23 Oct 2000: 'kernel.org' Verification Key Updated)
Issue #81, Section #2 (21 Aug 2000: DTR/DSR Handshaking Deferred To 2.5; Linus Firm On Code Freeze)
Issue #80, Section #8 (14 Aug 2000: mount() History And Proposal)
Issue #80, Section #11 (14 Aug 2000: Status Of Crypto Patches)
Issue #79, Section #16 (7 Aug 2000: Status Of zImage)
Issue #77, Section #11 (24 Jul 2000: Joe Pranevich's Latest Summary Of Kernel Changes For 2.4)
Issue #75, Section #5 (10 Jul 2000: Some Instruction On Fixing Broken Mirrors)
Issue #75, Section #7 (10 Jul 2000: POWER Port And 64-bit PowerPC Port)
Issue #75, Section #8 (10 Jul 2000: Large Files In 2.4 On 32-Bit Architectures)
Issue #74, Section #2 (3 Jul 2000: Getting Rid Of zImage)
Issue #74, Section #11 (3 Jul 2000: Virtual Memory Opponents Work Together)
Issue #73, Section #1 (26 Jun 2000: SPX Unfinished In Stable Series)
Issue #72, Section #2 (19 Jun 2000: Alan Releases 2.4.0-test1-ac7)
Issue #72, Section #7 (19 Jun 2000: To Do List For Next Unstable Series)
Issue #71, Section #9 (12 Jun 2000: Porting International Patch To Recent Stable Kernels)
Issue #71, Section #13 (12 Jun 2000: Trying To Reserve System Call Table Entries)
Issue #63, Section #2 (17 Apr 2000: devfs Bitterness)
Issue #63, Section #4 (17 Apr 2000: Nearing 2.2.15; Assembly Warnings; Tape Drives)
Issue #62, Section #9 (10 Apr 2000: Problems With kernel.org Mirrors)
Issue #60, Section #5 (27 Mar 2000: Mounting 'shm' Someplace Other Than '/var/shm')
Issue #60, Section #6 (27 Mar 2000: IPv6, FreeS/WAN, And Crypto In 2.4)
Issue #58, Section #1 (13 Mar 2000: /proc Vs. devfs)
Issue #57, Section #9 (6 Mar 2000: Magic Number In PID Wrapping Algorithm)
Issue #56, Section #5 (28 Feb 2000: Usenet Feeds For Linux Mailing Lists)
Issue #55, Section #3 (21 Feb 2000: Encryption In The Kernel: Saga Continues)
Issue #53, Section #3 (7 Feb 2000: US Crypto Laws)
Issue #53, Section #8 (7 Feb 2000: Fingering Kernel Versions)
Issue #48, Section #7 (27 Dec 1999: Disabling Pentium III Serial Numbers)
Issue #45, Section #3 (6 Dec 1999: Microsoft Historical Digression)
Issue #43, Section #9 (15 Nov 1999: Patent Infringement Or Prior Art In Linux Code)
Issue #39, Section #8 (18 Oct 1999: New Encryption Signature Key For Linux Kernel Archives)
Issue #38, Section #3 (11 Oct 1999: A Use For Winmodems)
Issue #35, Section #14 (20 Sep 1999: 'Linux Device List' Format Change)
Issue #33, Section #32 (7 Sep 1999: Booting From CD)
Issue #25, Section #2 (1 Jul 1999: devfs)
Issue #24, Section #7 (24 Jun 1999: Renovating 'mount')
Issue #22, Section #10 (9 Jun 1999: I2O Status)
Issue #21, Section #2 (3 Jun 1999: XFS Going Open Source)
Issue #8, Section #1 (4 Mar 1999: sysvinit Causing Spontaneous 2.2 Reboots)
Issue #8, Section #5 (4 Mar 1999: Scheduler Resolution)
Issue #7, Section #2 (24 Feb 1999: The Bubble Bursts For BIOS Backward Compatibility)
Issue #6, Section #4 (18 Feb 1999: modutil Ownership Dispute; C Vs. C++)
Issue #5, Section #8 (11 Feb 1999: Linux Kernel Mirrors)
Issue #4, Section #7 (4 Feb 1999: Unicode For Mouse Selection And Keyboard Mapping)
Issue #2, Section #2 (21 Jan 1999: Ensuring Unique Inodes In Microsoft's FAT Filesystem)

 

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