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Offline michaa7

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stable kernel testing
« on: 2013/08/21, 13:23:34 »
While reading http://lkml.org I came accross a discussion about "Proposed stable release changes" where in a reply I read:

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... As far as I know, Fedora is possibly the only distro actually pushing
stable release kernels out on a normal basis.  I'd love to be wrong on
that point. ...

https://lkml.org/lkml/2013/8/20/740

As far as I understand it siduction is running stable kernels which get updated on a quite regular basis. So our user experience is what they are looking for. Unfortunatly most of us (including me) are not skilled enough to be of much help when it comes to investigate kernel bugs.

So the whole point of this posting is:
- to encourage those few people among us who are skilled enough to provide usefull info about kernel related problems to do so on the kernel mailing list.
- to ask here if anyone has an idea what else could be done to help with feedback.
Ok, you can't code, but you still might be able to write a bug report for Debian's sake