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Issue #335, Section #1 (27 Nov 2005: Describing And Debating The Development Process)
Issue #327, Section #1 (12 Sep 2005: Linux 2.6.13 Released; New Policies For Speeding Kernel Releases)
Issue #308, Section #8 (28 Apr 2005: Some Discussion Of Linus' Preferred git Usage)
Issue #307, Section #9 (26 Apr 2005: git Development Continues)
Issue #294, Section #8 (2 Feb 2005: IA64 Maintainership)
Issue #281, Section #1 (30 Oct 2004: Linux 2.6.9-rc2-mm2 Released; Various Config Options Break ia64 In Various Kernels)
Issue #275, Section #8 (2 Oct 2004: Linux 2.6.8.1-mm2 Released; Includes Reiser4)
Issue #229, Section #5 (8 Sep 2003: /proc/kcore May Be Going Away)
Issue #161, Section #1 (7 Apr 2002: Multithreaded Core Dumps For ELF Executables)
Issue #141, Section #6 (12 Nov 2001: Bootmem For 2.5)

 

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