Ok! Back at the hacking kernel!
after a more than brief vacation, I've decided to make kernel hacking a regular part of my day again. I've lost a few more almost-developers, which is annoying, but as long as i keep plugging at the code, i'll gain some users somewhere, right?
I still need someone to fix up the shell script for building the 188.8.131.52 tree, as well as to figure out how to use awb to automatically publish my asciidoc formatted documentation to the web. editing the wiki was just burning too much of my time.
so, patch 51 of the 2.6.18 tree, and patch 3 of the 184.108.40.206 tree are commentaried now. I'm still polishing the 220.127.116.11 patches as I commentary them, and just commentarying the 2.6.18 tree. waiting to get past patch 98 in the original tree, to start making mistakes^Wchanges.
I always knew that the best project to work on was something you personally needed, and I do need linuxpmi, still to this day. doing without it has been annoying, no ability to really capture real horsepower.
being basically the only kernel hacker on a patch the size of this for a year and a half now has been annoying, however...
dynamic process migration for the win!