Hey, kmod 3 is out. Really nice to finish this release. I was hoping to have it between the holidays, but there were some major bugs pending. It’s nice to see udev from git already using it instead of calling modprobe for each module. Kay reported a hundred less forks on bootup after start using libkmod and libblkid.
It’s nice too receive feedback about other architectures that we don’t have access, too. With kmod 3, sh4 joined the other architectures that were tested with kmod.
Since I’m already doing the announcements to the mailing lists, I’ll not repeat the NEWS here. Just look at the archives if you didn’t receive the email.
Happy new year!