Re: 3 years since last 2.2 release, why still on kernel.org main page?

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Rob Landley wrote:
Out of curiosity, since 2.2 hasn't had a release in 3 years, and the last prepatch was 2 years ago, why is its' status still on the kernel.org main page?
Not exactly something people are checking the status of on a daily basis...

Just wondering...

I assume because it's a handy place to the the current 2.2 kernel, which some people run for reasons which are valid to them.
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