"The http://www.kerneloops.org website collects kernel oops and warning reports from various mailing lists and bugzillas," noted Arjan van de Ven, announcing the new website. He included a summary of the top 10 oopses collected in the past 7 days noting, "this is the first such report that I'm posting; Please let me know if this is useful or not."
Feedback was positive. Andrew Morton commented, "well that would have been fun to write." Steven Richter expressed some concern about the tool counting the same bug report duplicate times when found in different places. Arjan aggreed, "this is true however it's .. a hard issue. It's really hard to distinguish a duplicate report from two reports of the same bug." Another concern was in separating oops generated by 2.6.X-rcY kernels from 2.6.X-rcY-mmZ kernels. Arjan noted, "finding what exact kernel version an oops is from is... surprisingly hard. And to be honest, bugs against -mm are still very interesting, since they'll be the next mainline after all".