As you may have heard, the third release candidate for Linux Kernel 3.10 has been released.
Linus Torvalds is not thrilled with it, because of its big size. He has said several times that he appreciates when developers clean up the unncesesarry code, so that the release does not get this big:
“I’m not thrilled about it, and -rc3 is much bigger than -rc2 was, although there isn’t anything particularly scary that stands out. Just a lot of small details. A number of people apparently missed rc2, and then made rc3.” (source)
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