Kernelnewbies is a community of aspiring Linux kernel developers who work to improve their Kernels and more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge.
FOSS Outreach Program for Women (OPW)
Potential OPW applications, please go to the OPW intro page.
A human readable changelog for the Linux kernel can be found on the LinuxChanges page.
If you think you've found a Linux kernel bug, follow the directions on the FoundBug page to report it.
So you want to be a kernel hacker? Go read Linux Kernel Hacking
Do you want to figure out how a certain kernel subsystem works? Go to our subsystems page.
Confused by kernel terminology? Look at our KernelGlossary...
Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions and answers about kernel development can be found in our FAQ.
An effort to organize all the pieces of useful information on the Internet about kernel hacking into a single place can be found at the Documents page.
Please edit our wiki
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After logging in (using the UserPreferences page, and assuming you're on the trusted list), you can edit any page by pressing the link near the top of the page. Capitalized words joined together form a WikiName, which hyperlinks to another page. The highlighted title searches for all pages that link to the current page. Pages which do not yet exist are linked with a question mark: just follow the link and you can add a definition.
RecentChanges: see where people are currently working
HelpForBeginners: to get you going
WikiSandBox: feel free to change this page and experiment with editing
MoinMoin: general information about the software behind this wiki
FindPage: search or browse the database in various ways