Linux Kernel News Archives
James Bottomley: The Linux Kernel Mailing List Behavior Isn't All That Bad

Sarah Sharp stepped down as a Linux kernel developer this week over what she feels is bad and toxic behavior on the Linux kernel mailing list with a lack of respect and colorful language. Her announcement sparked a lot of people to come out with polarized views and Matthew Garrett also ended up stepping away from making mainline kernel contributions. Well known kernel developer James Bottomley has now published a blog post expressing different views.

8 October 2015 - Bottomley - 41 Comments
The Only Fallout I've Been Exposed To So Far On Linux 4.3

Out of the dozen plus systems at Phoronix devoted to running the latest Linux kernel Git code on a daily basis with the latest Fedora/Ubuntu packages, only 3~4 of them have hit regressions so far on the new, in-development Linux 4.3 kernel.

17 September 2015 - Linux 4.3 Regression - 6 Comments
Features, Changes Merged So Far For The Linux 4.3 Kernel

We're about half-way through the Linux 4.3 kernel merge window so here's a look at the features that have got me excited over the past week as new features and improved/changed functionality for this next major update to the Linux kernel.

5 September 2015 - Linux 4.3 Features - 4 Comments
GNU Linux-Libre 4.2 Takes Aim At AMDGPU & Intel's DRM Drivers

Just hours after the release of Linux 4.2 was the update from the Free Software Foundation community for the GNU Linux-Libre 4.2 kernel. This deblobbed version of the Linux kernel has particularly criticized the new AMDGPU DRM driver and the Intel i915 driver this cycle.

30 August 2015 - GNU Linux-Libre 4.2-gnu - 41 Comments

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