The Linux Technical Advisory Board (TAB) has published its detail findings about the "hypocrite commits" submitted to the Linux kernel by researchers from the University of Minnesota.
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Following the ban of the UMN from contributing to Linux after some of its researchers introduced buggy patches, an apology has been issued today by the research team hoping to renew friendly terms.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, one of the heads of the Linux kernel dev team, has banned the University of Minnesota from further contributing as the latter had injected questionable patches for research.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, a leading Linux kernel maintainer, has announced that Linux 5.10 will be the next Long-Term Support release. Due in December, it should get updates until December 2026.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, the temporary head of the Linux project, has released version 4.19 of the Linux kernel. While the cycle hasn't seen the most commits ever, it did introduce the new code of conduct.
Linus Torvalds has decided to step back from maintaining the Linux kernel, albeit temporarily. He cited his behaviour for the break and now plans to seek assistance to help with his professionalism.