MPTCP
  • Supporting new users

    During the last few months, a lot of work has been done to help other kernel developers, and stabilize the current solution. It was really time to focus on supporting new users and application developers. Read on to find out more about what happened in April!

  • CI & new features

    The previous post mentioned that February was still full of various “maintenance” tasks, mainly around the backports, and the preparation of the future Linux 6.9. The beginning of March was similar to that, then more time was finally available to look at fixing issues, and preparing new features. Read on to find out more about what happened in March!

  • Backports

    The previous post mentioned that January was still full of various “maintenance” tasks, mainly around the CI, and the various tests we have. These tasks were somehow blocking other devs and maintainers work. Without these blocking tasks, more time was available to look at fixing issues, and preparing new features. Until a huge batch of backports came! Read on to find out more about what happened in February!

  • CI CI CI

    The previous post was predicting more work on the CI side, and… That was correct! A new environment causing unexpected kernel crashes, new CI instances finding new bugs, third party tools causing issues, etc. Read on to find out why January seems to be the month dedicated to CI activities!

  • Angel Project

    Introduction

    This is the first post on my new blog, an introduction is then mandatory! Check here to read it.