Linux Kernel 6.0 has been terminated from support. Currently, on the official kernel.org website, Linux 6.0 has been marked as EOL (End of Life), which means that the official team no longer continues to maintain the kernel version.
Linux Kernel 6.0 was released on October 2, 2022. version 6.0 has a total of 15k non-merged commits and is one of the larger commit releases.
Linux Kernel 6.0 features support for NVMe in-band authentication, PCI bus support for OpenRISC and LoongArch architectures, asynchronous buffered writes when using XFS and io_uring, and io_uring zero-copy network transfer support.
Linux Kernel 6.0 was a short-term branch, not an LTS (Long Term Support) branch, which meant that it had a lifespan of only a few months. Today, with the 6.0.19 update, Linux Kernel 6.0 comes to the end of its lifecycle, the last stable release in the series.