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Richard Gooch

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Issue #320, Section #7 (28 Aug 2005: DevFS Author Speaks In Favor Of DevFS After Long Silence)
Issue #208, Section #4 (7 Mar 2003: Replacing DevFS)
Issue #203, Section #5 (31 Jan 2003: Mailing List Policy; FAQ Maintenance)
Issue #200, Section #2 (13 Jan 2003: Possible Replacement For devfs)
Issue #200, Section #11 (13 Jan 2003: More Work On devfs Replacement; Maybe Too Late For 2.5)
Issue #193, Section #2 (25 Nov 2002: Cleaning Up The devfs API)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #189, Section #26 (20 Oct 2002: devfs v199.17 And v218 Available)
Issue #188, Section #7 (13 Oct 2002: Developers Argue Over Devfs)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #26 (25 Aug 2002: devfs v199.16 Is Available)
Issue #181, Section #29 (25 Aug 2002: devfs Version 217 Available)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #178, Section #21 (4 Aug 2002: devfs Update)
Issue #177, Section #1 (28 Jul 2002: Gang Scheduling In Linux)
Issue #167, Section #5 (19 May 2002: Devfs Bug Hunt)
Issue #165, Section #1 (5 May 2002: Development Philosophy Of Unstable Tree; Linus Comments On The FSF)
Issue #161, Section #6 (7 Apr 2002: BKL Cleanup In Filesystem Code)
Issue #157, Section #4 (11 Mar 2002: Status Of Linus' 2.4 Authority)
Issue #152, Section #3 (28 Jan 2002: Status Of 2.5)
Issue #149, Section #2 (7 Jan 2002: Some Discussion Of Development Philosophy)
Issue #147, Section #3 (24 Dec 2001: Approaching 2.4.17)
Issue #146, Section #6 (17 Dec 2001: Developer Scuffle In 2.4)
Issue #140, Section #1 (5 Nov 2001: Al Viro Planning To Fork devfs)
Issue #136, Section #4 (8 Oct 2001: When Coders Crack: Status Of 0.01)
Issue #130, Section #2 (13 Aug 2001: Support For Many SCSI Disks)
Issue #123, Section #5 (25 Jun 2001: Linux 2.4.6-pre3)
Issue #120, Section #5 (28 May 2001: Device Numbers; Developer Discontent)
Issue #116, Section #5 (30 Apr 2001: New Open Source X Server Project)
Issue #112, Section #13 (23 Mar 2001: Finding -pre Releases)
Issue #103, Section #12 (19 Jan 2001: 2.0.39 Announced)
Issue #87, Section #1 (2 Oct 2000: Possible GPL Violations By Microsoft; Kernel Debugger In Official Sources)
Issue #86, Section #11 (25 Sep 2000: Linus To Adopt Patch Queue System!!!)
Issue #85, Section #1 (18 Sep 2000: Speeding Up Laptop Suspension)
Issue #77, Section #6 (24 Jul 2000: Smaller Timeslices And New Algorithm For 2.4)
Issue #77, Section #7 (24 Jul 2000: Improving The Kernel Release Schedule)
Issue #77, Section #9 (24 Jul 2000: 'gcc-2.91.66' Recommended For Kernel Compilation)
Issue #76, Section #6 (17 Jul 2000: Petitioners Request Real-Time Latency In The Kernel)
Issue #76, Section #7 (17 Jul 2000: Linus Inadvertantly Steps Into Minor Filesystem Dispute)
Issue #76, Section #13 (17 Jul 2000: Dynamic Inode Allocation)
Issue #75, Section #1 (10 Jul 2000: Big ReiserFS Flame War)
Issue #75, Section #2 (10 Jul 2000: Linus Announces 2.4.0-test2)
Issue #73, Section #13 (26 Jun 2000: Alan's Latest List Of Things To Do Before 2.4 Can Come Out)
Issue #72, Section #12 (19 Jun 2000: Standardizing Journalling Filesystem Interactions With Virtual Memory)
Issue #69, Section #8 (29 May 2000: Patch To Use Broken RAM Chips Under Linux)
Issue #67, Section #7 (15 May 2000: 'devfs' Change Breaks Current Systems But Mollifies Detractors)
Issue #65, Section #15 (1 May 2000: Organization Of Kernel Modules)
Issue #64, Section #2 (24 Apr 2000: ioctl() Bug Hunt And Fix)
Issue #63, Section #1 (17 Apr 2000: NetWare Filesystem Sources Published)
Issue #63, Section #2 (17 Apr 2000: devfs Bitterness)
Issue #63, Section #5 (17 Apr 2000: Mounting Audio CDs; The Open Source Development Process)
Issue #62, Section #4 (10 Apr 2000: POSIX Threads; Philosophy Of Kernel Development)
Issue #61, Section #12 (3 Apr 2000: Porting From 2.0 To 2.2)
Issue #61, Section #17 (3 Apr 2000: Using Broken RAM Chips Under Linux)
Issue #60, Section #2 (27 Mar 2000: Linus On The Verge Of pre-2.4; Status Of reiserfs)
Issue #59, Section #2 (20 Mar 2000: Symlink Permissions In devfs)
Issue #58, Section #1 (13 Mar 2000: /proc Vs. devfs)
Issue #57, Section #6 (6 Mar 2000: Developers Dispute NIS Implementation)
Issue #56, Section #1 (28 Feb 2000: devfs Bug-Hunt And Reorganization)
Issue #55, Section #9 (21 Feb 2000: devfs With reiserfs)
Issue #48, Section #6 (27 Dec 1999: Development Process Criticized; Alan Uses egcs 1.1.2)
Issue #44, Section #8 (22 Nov 1999: Splitting The Kernel Source Into More Manageable Chunks)
Issue #43, Section #6 (15 Nov 1999: Some Explanation Of The 'dentry' Struct)
Issue #35, Section #7 (20 Sep 1999: DMA Memory Allocation)
Issue #35, Section #20 (20 Sep 1999: devfs Updates)
Issue #35, Section #21 (20 Sep 1999: MTRR Code Going Into 2.3.x)
Issue #34, Section #20 (13 Sep 1999: devfs V. 119 Announced)
Issue #33, Section #16 (7 Sep 1999: devfs Version 118 Is Available)
Issue #32, Section #14 (27 Aug 1999: Threads In Linux)
Issue #29, Section #4 (29 Jul 1999: devfs V. 116 Announced)
Issue #29, Section #7 (29 Jul 1999: Linus' Email Address Forged By Spammers)
Issue #28, Section #12 (22 Jul 1999: devfs Patches Up To Version 115, May Go Into Mandrake)
Issue #25, Section #2 (1 Jul 1999: devfs)
Issue #23, Section #1 (17 Jun 1999: IRQ Autoconfig)
Issue #21, Section #4 (3 Jun 1999: API Changes From 2.0 to 2.2)
Issue #18, Section #4 (13 May 1999: MTRR In The Main Tree)
Issue #17, Section #1 (6 May 1999: Responses To Mindcraft)
Issue #17, Section #6 (6 May 1999: Dynamically Changing RAMdisk Size)
Issue #16, Section #3 (29 Apr 1999: Scheduling Optimization Attempt)
Issue #12, Section #9 (1 Apr 1999: 2.2.4 Announcement; Linus Vacation; Start Of Kernel Newsflash Web Page)
Issue #9, Section #4 (11 Mar 1999: Undelete)
Issue #9, Section #20 (11 Mar 1999: Binary Module Famewar)
Issue #8, Section #2 (4 Mar 1999: Real-Time Scheduling Flame War)
Issue #4, Section #5 (4 Feb 1999: Source Bloat; Linux In The Third World)

 

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