Re: Proposal: "Latest Base Kernel" on kernel.org
From: Jesper Juhl
Date: Tue Mar 15 2005 - 17:58:21 EST
On Sat, 12 Mar 2005, Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
> The "Latest Stable Kernel" on the main page of www.kernel.org is 188.8.131.52 and
> this is of course right.
> But people who want to apply an -rc patch, or some other patchsets (e.g. -ck)
> want 2.6.11. They can currently get it only by browsing directories.
> Perhaps, to enable easier usage of such patchsets, a "latest Base kernel link"
> should be added to the kernel.org main page? This would be the latest three
> point release. Of course it should be below "stable", as "stable" is the
> default choice.
I agree with you. Having the base kernel up there would be nice. Also it
seems that the -bk snapshots against the base are no longer easily
retrievable from the kernel.org frontpage any more - personally I miss
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