I'll have some difficulty tracking down stuff in the mailing list, due to borkage in my mail server. It's been down for about a month. No word from the admin on when it'll be back; so i'll have to rely on mailing-list archives.
As some of you might have noticed, i've been rather inactive lately. This was largely because:
 Final Exams at school.
 I've been spending a lot of time lately gaming.
And now i'll shamelessly continue not being active for a while more. Now that i'm on my summer vacation, I want to take a good rest for a while. I'll be back.
Sorry for that long hiatus. I kinda got tired of tracking mailing lists, and decided to take a not-so-short break. Even went as far as unsubscribing from linux-kernel; and i stopped visiting kerneltrap regularly.
Ugh. the weird mail trouble i was having was apparently a client-side problem. So now i'm flooded with about 1900 new mails. Kinda gives meaning to the "You have mail!" phrase.
So now i can check lkml again - which means i can start submitting stories :D (of course, i could have read lkml using a mailing-list archive, but it's way more convenient to have it delivered straight to you.)
If you have an IDE box (as most do), don't use kernel 2.5.27; it has a nasty corruption bug.
Yay, i just (well, it was a week ago) won 3rd place (along with a bunch of other students) in the Intermediate Level (which is 9th and 10th grade ) in a national-level mathematics competetition, which is held each year.
 I like parentheses.
before submitting a newsitem to kerneltrap (or any community-based news site, for that matter), always, *ALWAYS* reload the news page/pages (as opposed to merely loading it); or you may end up looking /really/ stupid. :