> How about this. We create a directory for the 2.1 kernel series. The first
> thing we do in that directory is work out the bugs in current 2.0 kernels.
> When we have one that is stable, we move it back as 2.0.11.
Nope, that won't work, as soon as 2.1.x appears, everyone will start
flooding Linus with patches, and devloping 2.1 futher, the pre2.0.x was
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