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Issue #329, Section #12 (26 Sep 2005: git 0.99.7 Released; Cogito 0.15 Released)
Issue #329, Section #13 (26 Sep 2005: Status Of PWC Driver)
Issue #311, Section #7 (5 Jun 2005: Linux 2.6.12-rc4 Released)
Issue #307, Section #9 (26 Apr 2005: git Development Continues)
Issue #279, Section #3 (20 Oct 2004: ipchains And ipfwadm To Be Removed; iptables Replacing Them, But Not Yet Fully Ready)
Issue #273, Section #8 (6 Sep 2004: Linux 2.6.8-rc2-mm2 Released)
Issue #270, Section #1 (7 Aug 2004: Logging Firmware Errors During Boot)
Issue #265, Section #4 (30 Jun 2004: 'NX' Security Features Coming To 2.6)
Issue #264, Section #24 (25 Jun 2004: Comprehensive Kernel Contributor List)
Issue #263, Section #16 (14 Jun 2004: Kernel Mailing List Marked As Spammer By SpamCop)
Issue #251, Section #18 (9 Feb 2004: Kernel Sub-Project Mailing List Posting Policies)
Issue #250, Section #19 (4 Feb 2004: kgdb 2.0.4 Released)
Issue #247, Section #18 (31 Dec 2003: Status Of laptop-mode Patch For 2.6)
Issue #237, Section #8 (26 Oct 2003: Job Postings on linux-kernel)
Issue #236, Section #5 (26 Oct 2003: Kernel Port-Availability Security Suggestion)
Issue #213, Section #11 (13 Apr 2003: Status Of linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #201, Section #10 (17 Jan 2003: Mysterious New Linux Project Seeks Developers)
Issue #200, Section #11 (13 Jan 2003: More Work On devfs Replacement; Maybe Too Late For 2.5)
Issue #199, Section #1 (6 Jan 2003: System Call Handling; Feature Freeze; Code Freeze; BitKeeper Flames)
Issue #192, Section #14 (18 Nov 2002: A Developer's Thoughts On BitKeeper And BitMover)
Issue #190, Section #6 (28 Oct 2002: Maintainers List)
Issue #189, Section #10 (20 Oct 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #185, Section #15 (22 Sep 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #181, Section #6 (25 Aug 2002: More Logging Issues Considered)
Issue #181, Section #23 (25 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #180, Section #15 (18 Aug 2002: Maintainer List)
Issue #154, Section #7 (18 Feb 2002: Email Address Confusion)
Issue #149, Section #1 (7 Jan 2002: The Scheduler; Development Philosophy; IRC)
Issue #149, Section #2 (7 Jan 2002: Some Discussion Of Development Philosophy)
Issue #145, Section #10 (10 Dec 2001: Problems With The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #115, Section #1 (23 Apr 2001: linux-kernel Spam Filter Debate)
Issue #106, Section #19 (9 Feb 2001: Hostile Activity Against The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #104, Section #3 (26 Jan 2001: Dealing With Spammers)
Issue #78, Section #4 (31 Jul 2000: Japanese-Encoded Spam And linux-kernel Policy)
Issue #69, Section #1 (29 May 2000: Early linux-kernel Archives)
Issue #67, Section #2 (15 May 2000: Technical Restrictions On Posts To The linux-kernel Mailing List)
Issue #60, Section #9 (27 Mar 2000: Spam On linux-kernel)
Issue #56, Section #5 (28 Feb 2000: Usenet Feeds For Linux Mailing Lists)
Issue #45, Section #9 (6 Dec 1999: Dangerous Website Advocated In Spam)
Issue #32, Section #18 (27 Aug 1999: linux-kernel Under Attack)
Issue #31, Section #4 (19 Aug 1999: Off Topic Postings)
Issue #29, Section #7 (29 Jul 1999: Linus' Email Address Forged By Spammers)
Issue #19, Section #14 (20 May 1999: Mailing List Delays And Header Changes)
Issue #14, Section #10 (15 Apr 1999: Aggressive Spam Filtering)
Issue #11, Section #5 (27 Mar 1999: Hunt For A linux-kernel Mailbomber)
Issue #10, Section #21 (18 Mar 1999: Dealing With Spam On linux-kernel)
Issue #7, Section #1 (24 Feb 1999: More Spam From uu.net)
Issue #6, Section #1 (18 Feb 1999: Spam On linux-kernel)
Issue #1, Section #1 (14 Jan 1999: Spam On linux-kernel)

 

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