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retire a few issues
rename the active issues directory from 'patch-tracking' to the more accurate 'active'
debian status updates
start tracking security issues in linux-2.6.16
2.4.17 packages were released in DSA 1082
drop generic 2.6.8 - just track 2.6.8-sarge-security. Move all of the issues that were fixed in <= 2.6.8-16 to the 2.6.8-sarge-security bucket so we don't lose that info.
make tracking more consistent: if a 2.6.8 issue is fixed up to 2.6.8-16, it N/A for 2.6.8-sarge-security and vice versa
track issues against linux-2.6 instead of against each major release 2.6.12, 2.6.13, 2.6.14
mark 2.4.18/hppa pending fixes as such
use sync-pkg-list to add 2.4.18 hppa kernels to the tracker
update issues from 2.4.18-14.4
mitre is retroactively using CVE-XXXX-XXX instead of CAN-XXXX-XXXX, let's do the same
here's a bunch of old issues - most of which are already fixed in sarge, but not in woody.
move patch-tracking into a non-user-specific location, as announced on the mailing list
add woody kernel trees to boilerplate
create a real boilerplate & move all teh sample stuff to an example file
boiler plate comment
get all patches in the same format (which requires a few tweaks)
"branch" horms' patch tree so i can do some hacking on the system..
Updated boilerplate to use pre-requisite.dpatch, dannf: please confirm
Added new patch (and symlink to 2.4 patch) updated boilerplate to have Description format and 2.4 kernels updated sys_get_thread to have proper 2.6.8-sarge16 version
updated boilerplate added debian version sys_get_thread is fixed in
add bug field
add version modifier
a partial boilerplate to use for tracking; horms, micah: please take a look
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