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Also I am a techie and wanna know how to join the developer network of Ubuntu?

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The implementation of ARP in Linux is part of the kernel.

The kernel in 10.10 is kernel version 2.6.35 ; you can get this from git repositories.

The kernel.org repositories tend to be faster than the Ubuntu ones - I would clone from kernel.org, and then pull any branches you want from the Ubuntu repositories.

As for joining the Ubuntu developers ; hang around on Ubuntu channels on the FreeNode IRC network, sign up for a Launchpad account, find a project which you think needs improving, and contribute. You don't have to do great things - just _some_thing. A whole of little things come together to make something great.

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