"We forced excellence into the process"
"caused a paradigm shift in how engineers thought about problems"
"even if you fail sometimes, overall you are doing better"
the good news according to the OpenSSL Project is that few downstream organizations have deployed the June update where the bug was introduced
Good news everybody, people aren't installing our broken and insecure updates!
Being popular doesn't mean better, useful, or even of any value whatsoever
driver improvements, RAID5/6 improvements for Btrfs, LZ4 compression for SquashFS, better multi-touch support, new input drivers, x86 laptop improvements
Not sure "new features" is the right summary of changes.
In every non-trivial program there is at least one bug.