First for the Freeze and secondly for Devfs!
On Thu, 6 Aug 1998, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> Ok, we've been in a tentative code freeze for a long time, and now it's
> final. I've made a 2.1.115 that I hope is good enough, and I won't be
> accepting anything but bug-fixes until 2.2..
> There are two long-standing patches that I'm still considering:
> - devfs
> - dynamic fd's
> and I kind of expect that they'll go in (devfs is configurable, so if you
> don't want it you don't need to care, and the dynamic fd's save some
> memory and speed certain things up a bit). The reason they're not in now
> is mainly that I've been trying to get everything else off my plate, and I
> want to ruminate on them in peace for a while.
> Bug-fixes are still (and will always be) accepted,
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