Home > Linux > Andrew Morton on Kernel Development Andrew Morton on Kernel Development Submitted by Nate 2005-11-21 Linux 9 Comments Here is a (very) brief interview with Andrew Morton, the maintainer of the Linux kernel 2.6 tree. Andrew discusses the debates behind revision control systems, new kernel features and his own -mm tree. About The Author Thom Holwerda Follow me on Twitter @thomholwerda 9 Comments 2005-11-21 1:11 pm Michael …we’ll put into 2.6.14… 2005-11-21 1:26 pm The interview was done for a print magazine, so it’s going to be a few weeks out, yeah. 2005-11-21 3:05 pm SlackerJack Any of you want to listen to a audio cast with Andrew Morton then go here http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail594.html It’s recorded 2005-05-19 but has some interesting stuff and nice to hear from a kernel devs point of view. 2005-11-21 5:52 pm They call that an Interview, it’s barelly 3 question! 2005-11-21 6:40 pm Rahul Linux format only provides such content to generate enough interest in getting people to buy the magazine. Not that its a bad idea but you should set the expectations accordingly 2005-11-21 7:03 pm if you buy the magazine it is quite a bit longer. i bought it in the uk last week. 2005-11-22 1:53 am Not only did he sound so completely disinterested in the talk he gave, but it was so increadibly boring. 2005-11-22 8:06 am I did an interview with Linus this morning at the traffic lights, Me: Hey Linus! Linus: Yo! 2005-11-22 3:38 pm I just shat in my pants – rofl – lolz – yum!