On Tuesday 13 November 2007 11:57, Gabriel C wrote:
> > The main problem is finding experienced developers who spend time on
> > looking into bug reports.
> There are already. IMO the problem is the development model.
> There are tons new features in each new kernel release and 'tons new bugs'
> which are not fixed during the release cycle nor in the .XX stable kernels.
> Maybe after XX kernel releases there should be one just with bug-fixes
> _without_ any new features , eg: cleaning bugs from bugzilla , know
> regressions , cleaning up code , removing broken drivers and the like.
Won't work. You cannot force people to work on things they don't
find interesting, long-term.
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