KernelTrap was a computing news website which covered topics related to the development of free and open source operating system kernels, and especially, the Linux kernel. News stories usually consisted of a summary of a recent discussion from a development mailing list (Linux kernel mailing list) followed by the entire contents of several messages from the discussion. Each story had moderated threaded discussion attached to it. The site also included a forum for general discussion of computing topics. The site was operated by Jeremy Andrews.

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  • KernelTrap was a computing news website which covered topics related to the development of free and open source operating system kernels, and especially, the Linux kernel. News stories usually consisted of a summary of a recent discussion from a development mailing list (Linux kernel mailing list) followed by the entire contents of several messages from the discussion. Each story had moderated threaded discussion attached to it. The site also included a forum for general discussion of computing topics. The site used the Drupal content management system. Kerneltrap was hosted by the Oregon State University Open Source Lab from May 2005. The site was operated by Jeremy Andrews. (en)
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  • KernelTrap was a computing news website which covered topics related to the development of free and open source operating system kernels, and especially, the Linux kernel. News stories usually consisted of a summary of a recent discussion from a development mailing list (Linux kernel mailing list) followed by the entire contents of several messages from the discussion. Each story had moderated threaded discussion attached to it. The site also included a forum for general discussion of computing topics. The site was operated by Jeremy Andrews. (en)
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