Call for topics for the 12.03 release of linux-linaro kernel
amit.kucheria at linaro.org
Fri Mar 9 09:35:30 UTC 2012
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Andrey Konovalov
<andrey.konovalov at linaro.org> wrote:
> I've pushed the baseline for the 12.03 linux-linaro kernel tree to
> git://git.linaro.org/kernel/linux-linaro-tracking.git , linux-linaro branch.
> Currently this is v3.3-rc6 plus:
> - 4 topics from the ARM LT
> - few commits being carried over from linux-linaro-3.1
> This tree is not a history one, it will be rebased fairly often.
> We are moving to a new process (more details will come later).
> That's why the call for topics, not patches. If you have something to be
> included into the 12.03 and the following linux-linaro kernel releases,
> please send me a link to the git branch to pull from. This must be a
> "permanent" location, as this topic branch will be used for all the
> following releases (until there is a request from the topic owner to stop
> tracking it). As long as the topic branch merges OK into linux-linaro, it
> will be present in the linux-linaro releases. The topic branch should be
> based on recent linux-linaro or mainline Linus tree (like v3.3-rc5 or
The PMWG would like to land various bits of cpuidle functionality for
member platforms for the March release.
Rob will provide you with a pull request next week that contains:
- his work on cpuidle core consolidation
- his work adding cpuidle support for i.MX5/6
- Daniel's work on adding cpuidle support for ST-E u8500
- Amit D's work on add support for common save and restore code to the
Samsung exynos platform
- Mike's tracking branch containing patches adding support for SMP
cpuidle for OMAP
The kernel config options will be documented in the wiki and will
be conveyed in email separately.
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