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

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On Sunday 13 May 2007 7:57 pm, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> 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 main 
> > page?
> > 
> > Not exactly something people are checking the status of on a daily 
> > 
> > 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.

*shrug*  I understand that people still run it, and I'm not saying they 

My question was more along the lines of "is there anybody who's still running 
it who doesn't know where to find it?", and "why have a status tracker on the 
main page for something that hasn't changed in years?"

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