Contributed by mk/reverse on from the moose-meat-powered-code-production dept.
As most of you probably know, this year's hackathon has started and lots of developers have arrived in Calgary to make things happen. We plan to provide coverage about some of the many interesting things that take place there in both the source tree and in real life. Also, Kjell Wooding is reporting day-to-day at Kerneltrap.
While things are still taking shape, some cool stuff has already happened such as Reyk Floeter committing support for trunking (link aggregation and link failover) of network interfaces.
Lots of other cool stuff will also happen, and you can help by subscribing to tech@ and test the patches that are sent out, such as Ted Unangst's UVM diff, or providing the OSPF capable router that Esben Nørby and Claudio Jeker needed at one point.
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