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Linux And The 'B' Word: Bloat

If Linus Torvalds himself is saying that the Linux kernel is bloated, something's wrong. Or is it just a matter of expectations and perspective?
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LinuxCon Roundtable: Kernel's Future Still Bright

An all-star line-up of Linux kernel developers met with a packed room of Linux users and developers this afternoon at LinuxCon, to give their take on what's right--and what's wrong--with the Linux kernel today.

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Linux 2.6.31's Best Five Features

The latest edition of Linux is much better for desktop Linux users.
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Linux 2.6.31 Released

Ok, there's just a few final commits since -rc9 to fix a couple of last regressions and problems, and now the final 2.6.31 is out there.
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Kernel Log – Extra Round for 2.6.31, X.org 7.5 on the Horizon, Staging Area to be Cleaned Up

Linus Torvalds will release 2.6.31 a few days later than previously announced and has scheduled another release candidate, RC9.
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