Re: [RFC] -stable, how it's going to work.
From: Chris Friesen
Date: Fri Mar 11 2005 - 00:03:29 EST
Neil Brown wrote:
If a data corruption bug has been there for 10 weeks without being
noticed, then the real risk is not that great. We are calling it
"-release", not "-hardened".
I disagree. If there's a simple, obvious, small fix that passes all the
other criteria, it should go into -stable ASAP after passing review.
Then the -stable maintainers will push the fix to Andrew/Linux, and it
will go into the next 2.6.x.
Let's keep -stable as good as possible, while still abiding by all the
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