On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 00:27:54 -0700
Ben Hutchings <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Just a question:
> > 3.4 is also LTS. Using 3.2 for Wheezy cycle is better than 3.4?
> Don't know for sure, but we are committed to using a base version of
> > Using old kernel is sometimes hard to import new drivers for new
> > hardware, I guess. I know 3.2.x is stable enough and we're in freeze
> > already, but Wheezy kernel will be used until 2016 or so.
> Which is why I volunteered to maintain 3.2.y and intend to do so for
> that period. (Which you may note is longer than Greg will maintain
Thanks for your maintenance for 3.2.y kernel, it helps us (Debian and
other distro) a lot...
> We can also get more regressions, too. Drivers and other features can
> often be backported; in fact, we've done that already.
Hideki Yamane henrich @ debian.or.jp/org
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