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Offline dibl

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Perhaps others will find this as interesting as I did:

http://www.eweek.com/security/linux-kernel-developer-criticizes-intel-for-meltdown-spectre-response

I wonder why Intel excluded Debian from the early information?  Google searching does not reveal why Intel would do that to Debian.
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They only gave information to selected companies at first, not community-driven projects, no matter their size or importance. They should have asked some of the many kernel-devs they employ how to handle this.