which has very minimal, I can even say non-existing, QA/QC and no unit tests at all.
Not so greatest then, considering the number of regressions in each kernel release.
Not so greatest then, considering that people get tired of adjusting their code to new APIs which inevitably leads to even more regressions.
Not so greatest then, considering that bug reports in bugzilla.kernel.org often receive zero attention and LKML posts are lost in the noise of hundreds of patches published every day.
You know, Greg, you don't sound convincing. You sound like a marketer of some dietary supplement.
I know this comment will be modded to hell by rabid Linux fanboys, but I'm just tired of this BS remarks made by open source advocates. The truth of course is a lot less exciting.