Re: RFS: ipset
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 9:31 PM, Paul Wise <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 7:24 AM, Joseph R. Justice wrote:
>> wouldn't it be more reasonable to use 3.0.y as the next Debian stable
>> release's kernel?
>> I mean, sure, if many of the other major Linux distributions, the ones
>> which can be considered as peers to Debian in terms of importance,
>> collectively decide to use a different, later kernel version for their
>> next stable release, it would make sense to use that kernel for
>> Debian's next stable release of course, since it allows the effort of
>> maintaining the kernel to be shared between distributions (at least to
>> some extent). But, failing that, why not use the one that has the
>> imprimatur of the existing defacto stable kernel maintainer?
> Please refer to this thread:
> If you have more questions about that, please ask the Debian Linux kernel team.
I read those threads. I see they're considering the points I'd raised
(and others I hadn't, as well). Fair enough; can't ask for more than
Thanks for the pointer! (I don't currently receive that list, d-kernel.)