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Peter Samuelson

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Issue #182, Section #1 (1 Sep 2002: Config Policy)
Issue #116, Section #4 (30 Apr 2001: CML2 Looking Good)
Issue #112, Section #7 (23 Mar 2001: Config Variable Reorganization)
Issue #110, Section #1 (9 Mar 2001: Minix Problem In 2.4.2; Some Discussion Of Development Pseudo-Policies)
Issue #109, Section #4 (2 Mar 2001: Status Of aic7xxx Drivers)
Issue #106, Section #1 (9 Feb 2001: Some Explanation Of The 'zerocopy' Patches)
Issue #104, Section #3 (26 Jan 2001: Dealing With Spammers)
Issue #100, Section #3 (1 Jan 2001: Argument Over Quality Of Red Hat 7.0)
Issue #100, Section #10 (1 Jan 2001: Alan's 2.4 Tree)
Issue #99, Section #5 (25 Dec 2000: Read-Write NTFS Support Broken And Should Not Be Used)
Issue #98, Section #15 (18 Dec 2000: Running 'swapoff' On Deleted Swapfile)
Issue #96, Section #9 (4 Dec 2000: Moving Away From Preprocessor Constructs)
Issue #96, Section #11 (4 Dec 2000: Intentionally Nonexistent '__bad_udelay()': The Saga Continues)
Issue #95, Section #6 (27 Nov 2000: Guide To Submitting Patches)
Issue #93, Section #2 (13 Nov 2000: Which Compiler To Use?)
Issue #93, Section #7 (13 Nov 2000: Migrating To A More Modular Kernel)
Issue #88, Section #1 (9 Oct 2000: Driver Directory-Structure Tweaks)
Issue #88, Section #10 (9 Oct 2000: Redesigning Or Getting Rid Of '/proc/locks')
Issue #85, Section #6 (18 Sep 2000: 2.4.0-test8-pre5: More Swipes At Filesystem Corruption Bug)
Issue #83, Section #11 (5 Sep 2000: Compiling Kernels With 'kgcc')
Issue #71, Section #4 (12 Jun 2000: CML2 Replacement For The 'kbuild' System; Language Dispute)
Issue #55, Section #5 (21 Feb 2000: Makefile Cleanup; Module Init Order)
Issue #53, Section #1 (7 Feb 2000: Discussion Of The Development Process)
Issue #48, Section #7 (27 Dec 1999: Disabling Pentium III Serial Numbers)
Issue #47, Section #1 (20 Dec 1999: spin_unlock() Optimization On Intel)
Issue #46, Section #2 (13 Dec 1999: Permissions On Doc Files)
Issue #45, Section #3 (6 Dec 1999: Microsoft Historical Digression)
Issue #44, Section #1 (22 Nov 1999: Controversy Over Symlinks To Header Files)
Issue #44, Section #8 (22 Nov 1999: Splitting The Kernel Source Into More Manageable Chunks)
Issue #24, Section #14 (24 Jun 1999: mkdir() Problems And Uncertainties)

 

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