Greg Kroah-Hartman


Greg is a Linux kernel developer, and is the current maintainer of the USB and driver core portions of the kernel. He is also in charge of the stable kernel release series, and has done hundreds of kernel releases over the years, as well as maintaining the staging portion of the kernel, which handles lots of broken and very experimental kernel drivers, somehow balancing out the two different approaches to kernel development at the same time.

He has written a few books about Linux driver development, and lots of magazine articles.

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* The Linux Kernel Development model

How the Linux kernel development model works.
Greg Kroah-Hartman