Greg Kroah-Hartman, the maintainer of the stable releases of the Linux kernel (the point releases after a 3.x release, e.g. 3.6.5, etc) is looking for help for about 6 months as he’s getting overwhelmed.
I’m looking for someone to help me out with the stable Linux kernel release process. Right now I’m drowning in trees and patches, and could use some one to help me sanity-check the releases I’m doing.
Specifically, I’m looking for someone to help with:
- test boot the -rc stable kernels to make sure I didn’t do anything foolish.
- dig through the Linux kernel distro trees and send me the git commit ids, or the backported patches, of things they are shipping that are not in the stable and longterm kernel releases.
- do code review of the patches going into the stable releases.
If you can help out with this, I’d really appreciate it.
You’ll need to show you’ve had kernel patches accepted, are running the latest stable release candidate kernel and can find distro patches (details at his website). You’ve got until November 7th to apply!