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Issue #303, Section #13 (3 Apr 2005: Linux 2.6.11.3 Released)
Issue #272, Section #11 (5 Sep 2004: GPL Being Tested In German Courts)
Issue #248, Section #12 (20 Jan 2004: BitKeeper Usage Policy And Advice)
Issue #230, Section #7 (9 Sep 2003: Linux 2.4.22 Released; 2.4.23 Contemplated)
Issue #216, Section #1 (20 May 2003: Proposed System Call To Speed Process Creation)
Issue #211, Section #8 (30 Mar 2003: lk-changelog.pl 0.83 Released)
Issue #203, Section #4 (31 Jan 2003: Aic7xxx 6.2.28 And Aic79xx 1.3.0 Released; Developer Disconnect)
Issue #192, Section #5 (18 Nov 2002: EVMS Changes Direction)
Issue #181, Section #16 (25 Aug 2002: IDE Maintainership Troubles; IDE Work Delayed Until 2.7)
Issue #175, Section #10 (14 Jul 2002: Linux 2.5.25 Announced)
Issue #174, Section #4 (7 Jul 2002: Status Of Write Barrier Support For 2.4 And 2.5)
Issue #149, Section #8 (7 Jan 2002: Alan Continues 2.2 Maintenance)
Issue #146, Section #3 (17 Dec 2001: New Build Tools)
Issue #142, Section #6 (19 Nov 2001: Linux Vs. FreeBSD Benchmark)
Issue #131, Section #1 (3 Sep 2001: New Graphical Bootloader Under Development)
Issue #109, Section #8 (2 Mar 2001: Status Of NFS In 2.4)
Issue #103, Section #3 (19 Jan 2001: ext3fs 0.0.5d And reiserfs 3.5.2x Mutually Exclusive)
Issue #102, Section #5 (12 Jan 2001: The Future Of modutils)
Issue #83, Section #3 (5 Sep 2000: Dealing With Binary Files In The Kernel Source)
Issue #80, Section #8 (14 Aug 2000: mount() History And Proposal)
Issue #73, Section #2 (26 Jun 2000: Linux 2.5 To Do List Looks For Web Server Space)
Issue #73, Section #8 (26 Jun 2000: NFSv3 In The Stable Series: The Saga Continues)
Issue #71, Section #3 (12 Jun 2000: Some Discussion Of Compiler Optimization Switches)
Issue #62, Section #12 (10 Apr 2000: AFFS Support And Discussion)
Issue #58, Section #4 (13 Mar 2000: ext3 Status And Discussion)
Issue #52, Section #5 (24 Jan 2000: linux-kernel Mailing List Problems)

 

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