Today is my younger brother’s birthday. Just thought I would make a quick note about it. Happy birthday, that we might be able to celebrate many more birth dates with you 🙂
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Autotest 0.9.1 was just released. This is mostly a bugfix release, while we are preparing the next major version (0.10.0). If you hit a bug, don’t be shy and open a ticket on our bug tracking system: http://autotest.kernel.org/newticket Release repository: http://test.kernel.org/releases/0.9.1/ Release notes: http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/Release0.9.1 Now, let’s work hard on 0.10.0 🙂
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