Tag / Kernel Release

  • December 15, 2016 - Javier Martinez Canillas

    Samsung OSG Contributions to Linux Kernel 4.9

    Linux 4.9 was released on December 11, making this release the biggest to date in number of changes. In this development cycle, the Samsung Open Source Group (OSG) contributed 394 patches that modified 15,856 lines of code. Although 4 engineers contributed to different Kernel subsystems, most of the changes comes again from Mauro Carvalho Chehab’s work to improve the Linux kernel documentation. The following is a list of the OSG engineers that contributed to this release and the number of changesets and lines of code, as reported by Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman’s gitdm tool. OSG developers by changesets Mauro Carvalho Chehab 238 60.4% Javier Martinez Canillas 108 27.4% Shuah Khan 24 6.1% Luis de Bethencourt 24 6.1% OSG developers by changed lines Mauro Carvalho Chehab 14,747 93.0% Javier Martinez Canillas 518 3.3% Shuah Khan 314 2.0% Luis de Bethencourt 277 1.7% OSG Contributions to This Release On this release, […]

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  • August 1, 2016 - Javier Martinez Canillas

    Samsung OSG Contributions to Linux Kernel 4.7

    Linux 4.7 was released on July 27, 2016; in this release, 5 engineers from the Samsung Open Source Group (OSG) contributed 81 patches that modified 585 lines of code in different Kernel subsystems. The following list is all of the OSG engineers that contributed to this release and the number of changesets and lines of code as reported by Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman’s gitdm tool. OSG developers by changesets Javier Martinez Canillas 40 49.4% Mauro Carvalho Chehab 19 23.5% Luis de Bethencourt 15 18.5% Stefan Schmidt 4 4.9% Shuah Khan 3 3.7% OSG developers by changed lines Mauro Carvalho Chehab 242 41.4% Javier Martinez Canillas 181 30.9% Stefan Schmidt 90 15.4% Luis de Bethencourt 62 10.6% Shuah Khan 10 1.7% OSG Contributions to This Release For this release, Mauro contributed some fixes for the Media Controller Framework (MC) next generation, including a bug with the media device locking scheme […]

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  • May 23, 2016 - Javier Martinez Canillas

    Samsung OSG Contributions to Linux Kernel 4.6

    Linux 4.6 was released last week, and in this release, 4 engineers from the Samsung Open Source Group (OSG) contributed 200 patches that modified 7,556 lines of code in different Kernel subsystems. The following list is all of the OSG engineers that contributed to this release and the number of changesets and lines of code as reported by Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman’s gitdm tool. OSG developers by changesets Mauro Carvalho Chehab 97 48.5% Javier Martinez Canillas 57 28.5% Shuah Khan 36 18.0% Luis de Bethencourt 10 5.0% OSG developers by changed lines Mauro Carvalho Chehab 4533 60.0% Shuah Khan 1580 20.9% Javier Martinez Canillas 1425 18.9% Luis de Bethencourt 18 0.2% OSG Contributions to This Release In this release, Mauro continued his work on the Media Controller Framework (MC) to better support DVB devices; he was responsible for a lot of improvements in the MC framework to support entities […]

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  • March 17, 2016 - Javier Martinez Canillas

    Samsung OSG Contributions to the Linux Kernel 4.5

    Linux 4.5 was released this week and on this release, 5 engineers from the Samsung Open Source Group (OSG) contributed 275 patches that modified 9,835 lines of code in different kernel subsystems. The following list is all of the OSG engineers that contributed to this release and the number of changesets and lines of code as reported by Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman’s gitdm tool. OSG developers by changesets Mauro Carvalho Chehab 170 61.8% Javier Martinez Canillas 89 32.4% Stefan Schmidt 7 2.5% Luis de Bethencourt 6 2.2% Shuah Khan 3 1.1% OSG developers by changed lines Mauro Carvalho Chehab 6501 66.1% Javier Martinez Canillas 3046 31.0% Stefan Schmidt 208 2.1% Shuah Khan 67 0.7% Luis de Bethencourt 13 0.1% OSG Contributions to This Release In this release, the work that Mauro has been doing for some time to extend the Media Controller (MC) API to use it for subsystems […]

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