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Re: bits from the release team

also sprach Brian Nelson <pyro@debian.org> [2006.01.04.0043 +0100]:
> Why don't we use RHEL's kernel, or collaborate with them to maintain a
> stable kernel tree, or something?

I doubt RH has the same concept of stability as we do, and I surely
don't want a plethora of potentially untested or buggy hardware
support patches in my productive kernels.

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