On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 11:53:30AM -0700, Jason Evans wrote:
> Summary: -current will be destabilized for an extended period (on the order
> of months). A tag (not a branch) will be laid down before the initial
> checkin, and non-developers should either stick closely to that tag until
> the kernel stabilizes, or expect large doses of pain. This tag will be
> laid down as soon as June 26, 00:00 PST, with a minimum 24 hour warning
Is there any news on this work? Unless I've missed the significance of
recent commits, I haven't seen anything approaching this sort of
destabilisation in -current.
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