The linaro-2.6.39 kernel repository is now alive
zach.pfeffer at linaro.org
Fri Jun 3 02:01:01 UTC 2011
On 2 June 2011 18:55, Nicolas Pitre <nicolas.pitre at linaro.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Jun 2011, John Rigby wrote:
>> I noticed all the fine AndyDoan/Ricardo fixes that make panda
>> wonderful are missing. My question now is should that stuff go back
>> in or should we plan on a LT/BSP kernel for full functionality. I
>> presume if those patches were headed upstream they would be headed
>> upstream:). If not they they should not be in linux-linaro.
> This is the strategy of this game. If it isn't going upstream you lose.
First, please don't take offense to this feedback. I know kernel
banter can have a harsh undertone.
I'd like to suggest this kind of feedback isn't appropriate. The
issues concerning what can't be upstreamed are well known.
> In practice this means that AndyDoan/Ricardo will have to do their work
> again on top of this tree, and then I might merge it.
I'd like to further suggest that in the interest of cooperation that
we take a more constructive tone. We're all going to need to work
closely to accomplish our goals of upstreaming support for these
boards and unifying implementations.
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