Reply to post: Loose can mean to release or to set free...

Linus looses Linux 4.3 on a waiting world

Richard Lloyd

Loose can mean to release or to set free...

...but it's normally used in the context of an object that's tied up tight in the first place and I'd probably use "loosens" myself anyway. I don't think you can use the word to refer a kernel that's already gone through several RC versions, because that's hardly tied up or tight :-)

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