06.05.2006 21:12

Bugs in Linux 2.6

ZDNet writes about Andrew Morton's talk at LinuxTag conference. Morton addressed the problem of many new bugs introduced in 2.6 release and still unfixed. According to him, mostly because lack of testing on older hardware.

He also talked about the correct way to submit patches. A nice quote:

I wish people would send me code that compiles - probably about 75 percent do.

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