A periodic summary of Linux Kernel Development
Kernel Podcast S2E4 - 2023/04/24
Jon Masters summarizes the arrival of the Linux 6.3 kernel release, which includes additional support for the Rust programming language, a new red-black tree data structure for BPF programs, and the removal of a large number of legacy Arm systems.
Kernel Podcast S2E3 - 2023/03/09
Jon Masters summarizes the closure of the Linux 6.3 "merge window" (period of time during which disruptive changes are allowed to the kernel) and the release of Linux 6.3-rc1. Meanwhile, ongoing development includes the deprecation of several legacy architectures, an Apple Silicon graphics driver written in Rust, and much more.
Kernel Podcast S2E2 - 2023/02/12
Jon Masters summarizes the tail end of the Linux 6.2 kernel development cycle as developers prepare for the upcoming 6.3 "merge window" in the week ahead. Meanwhile, ongoing development across the stack focuses heavily on Confidential Compute technologies from the various processor architecture vendors.
Kernel Podcast S2E1 - 2023/01/21
The Linux "Kernel Podcast" returns from a long hiatus for a new "season 2". Our host Jon Masters introduces the new season, and summarizes recent happenings during Linux 6.2 development.
Kernel Podcast for 2017/07/07
Linux 4.12 final is released, the 4.13 merge window opens, and various
assorted ongoing kernel development is described in detail
Kernel Podcast for 2017/05/14
Linux 4.12-rc1 (including a full summary of the 4.12 merge window), Linux 4.11 final is released, saving TLB flushes, various ongoing development, and a bunch of announcements
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