John P. Looney wrote:
> Hey, decent article, worth starting a disucssion about;
>http://lwn.net/Articles/357658/>> They are currently carrying 1208 patches to 2.6.26, inserting almost 300,000
>>> lines of code. Roughly 25% of those patches, Mike estimates, are backports
>> of newer features.
>>>>>> Huge amount of development, but due to the speed of the work, it doesn't
> get pushed upstream very often (like, every 18 months). Interesting to see
> people who *want* to share with the community, but it's a lot of work that
> you don't get credit for; it's sometimes better to use your time to fix one
> more bug, rather than share the last bug fix with others...
>> John (who has worked with the poor guys working on the kernel in Google)
>>I'd love to work with the poor guys in Google working on the kernel, but
I doubt Google would pay me enough money :)
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