LWN.net: "Both the code and its development model are seen as conforming much more closely to the Linux way of doing things than the alternatives; KVM is expected to be the long-term virtualization solution for Linux. So, one might well wonder, why has KVM been the topic of one of the more massive and less pleasant linux-kernel discussions in some time?"
Tech Source: "Every now and then, I receive emails from people who are asking me to explain the benefits or advantages of using Linux... I finally decided to write a simple list that I could use to answer those who want to know the benefits of using Linux."
Phoronix: "While the 2.6.35 code has not even seen its first release candidate yet, there are some massive performance drops in a variety of different tests that have yet to be corrected and nothing like we have encountered with previous kernel release cycles especially for a regression that has lived now for about one week."