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Steve Dodd

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Issue #81, Section #1 (21 Aug 2000: Ramdisks, Compression, Embedded Systems, Loopback, And The VM Situation)
Issue #79, Section #9 (7 Aug 2000: Status Of 2.4 To Do List; Kernel Bug Tracking System)
Issue #77, Section #2 (24 Jul 2000: Status Of NTFS Support)
Issue #74, Section #1 (3 Jul 2000: Latest List Of Things To Do Before 2.4 Can Come Out)
Issue #71, Section #10 (12 Jun 2000: Anti- Open Source Article Discussed)
Issue #67, Section #2 (15 May 2000: Technical Restrictions On Posts To The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #67, Section #4 (15 May 2000: NTFS Troubles; Windows Partition Formats)
Issue #65, Section #1 (1 May 2000: Loopback Device Broken In Latest Kernels)
Issue #63, Section #1 (17 Apr 2000: NetWare Filesystem Sources Published)
Issue #60, Section #4 (27 Mar 2000: More Of Alan's Task List For 2.4: Saga Continues)
Issue #50, Section #2 (10 Jan 2000: Writing To NTFS Partitions)
Issue #48, Section #6 (27 Dec 1999: Development Process Criticized; Alan Uses egcs 1.1.2)
Issue #36, Section #10 (27 Sep 1999: The Development Process Criticized)
Issue #29, Section #3 (29 Jul 1999: gcc Vs. egcs: The Saga Continues)
Issue #27, Section #10 (15 Jul 1999: Legacy Compatibility)
Issue #27, Section #13 (15 Jul 1999: 'coma' Fix Missing From Latest Kernels)
Issue #26, Section #10 (8 Jul 1999: Module Packaging)
Issue #20, Section #1 (27 May 1999: Remote Reboot Discussion)
Issue #13, Section #1 (8 Apr 1999: NTFS Out Of Memory In 2.2.3)
Issue #5, Section #4 (11 Feb 1999: 2.2.1 Slowdown And Bug Hunt)

 

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