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#Linux #Kernel 5.2-rc1 is out: lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wgx…
"[…] Nothing particularly odd going on this merge window. […] […] Size-wise things look fairly normal. 12k+ Commits (plus another ~750 merge commits) is about normal for us by now. […] Go forth and test, Linus […] "



 




 
Remember me complaining every now and then about the terse -mm merge commit summaries from akpm ? Looks like it will get better from now on! \o/

Thx @tehcaster and Jonathan from @lwnnet for motivating Andrew!

lwn.net/Articles/78770…



 
#btrfs progs version 5.1 have been released. lore.kernel.org/linux-btrfs/20…

"[…] * check […] add inode mode check and repair for various objects […] * device scan: new option to forget scanned devices […] * dev-replace: better report when other exclusive operation is running […]"

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#Linux #Kernel 5.1.1 is out.

IOW: Prepare for headlines like ```5.1 Gets Its First Point Release, It's Now Ready for Mass Adoption``` or ```5.1 is stable now```, which IMHO give quite a misleading impression of how the Linux development process and its versions numbers work.