Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 28th Oct 2005 10:14 UTC, submitted by diegocg
Linux Linus has released kernel 2.6.14 after two months of development. There's a big amount of changes: new features like HostAP, FUSE, the linux port of the plan9's 9P protocol, netlink connector, relayfs, securityfs, centrino's wireless drivers, support for DCCP (currently a RFC draft, PPTP, full 4 page-table support for ppc64, numa-aware slab allocator, lock-free descriptor lookup and many other things. Read the comprehensible changelog or the full changelog.
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RE[3]: reiser4 still not in?
by diegocg on Fri 28th Oct 2005 14:08 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: reiser4 still not in?"
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I think Reiser4 is something so amazing (or at least hyped to be so) that enough people want it, to make it worth treating exceptionally.

God, just because "it's reiser4" doesn't means they shouldn't address the problems

Most people that dislike Hans appear to do so less because he's arrogant, but because he is smarter than them on some topics

I won't comment on this...

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