Call for topics for the 12.06 linux-linaro* trees
tushar.behera at linaro.org
Mon Jun 11 03:33:06 UTC 2012
On 06/08/2012 07:30 PM, Andy Green wrote:
> On 06/08/2012 08:25 PM, the mail apparently from Andrey Konovalov included:
>> There will be three linux-linaro trees this month. Also some LTs have
>> moved to 3.5, while the others will stay on older kernels.
>> In addition to linux-linaro-core-tracking and linux-linaro ones
>> (described under
>> linux-linaro-tracking tree will be created as a merge of the tracking
>> trees of TI (v3.4 based) and Samsung (currently v3.4-rc7 based) LTs.
I would be publishing 3.4 based Samsung Kernel today. So, you can use
that in linux-linaro-tracking.
> For reference the TI + Samsung trees I did during Connect can be found
> This builds and works for OMAP at least.
>> Probably more LT tracking trees would be added, but I am not sure due to
>> the different bases the others use. Each LT's tracking tree act as a
>> topic here, so the call for topics doesn't apply to this tree.
>> linux-linaro-core-tracking tree is moving to 3.5 (but not published at
>> git.linaro.org yet). For those using the 3.4, llct_3.4 branch has been
>> created. This is a copy of the most recent v3.4 based
>> linux-linaro-core-tracking tree.
>> *New generic (not board specific) topics and updates to the existing
>> topics are welcomed for the 3.5 based linux-linaro-core-tracking tree*
>> The requirements for a topic can be found here:
>> The current topics are:
>> * arm_soc/testing/multiplatform
>> * svenkatr/ufs-for-linux-linaro
>> * svenkatr/emmc-for-linux-linaro
>> * amitdanielk/thermal_exynos4_imx6_work
> Not sure if this will now already have it, but this patch
> is important for OMAP... thanks to Tushar for digging up the context of
> it for us. We're carrying a replica of it in our tracking atm but since
> what was
> had just one of the pair of patches in older llct, it should be improved
> to have both, if it doesn't already with this update.
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