Linus Torvalds Delays Linux 3.7, Pushes Out New Release Candidate Instead

HotHardware: Just over two months ago, Linus Torvalds released the Linux 3.6 kernel in final form, opting to push it out to the public rather than building what would have been an eighth Release Candidate. At the time, he said he couldn't think of a major reason to do yet another RC. Since then, work has shifted to Linux 3.7, and this time around Torvalds is reluctantly building an eighth RC, he announced this week.

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KingPin3208d ago

never question linus, there is always method to his madness.