[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 3/3] sunxi: add support for Linux 3.19
wigyori at uid0.hu
Wed Feb 11 06:49:51 EST 2015
On Wed, 11 Feb 2015, Luka Perkov wrote:
>>> zoltan maintains the sunxi target. he might already have done work on
>>> this and might have some updates or whatever that he plans to
>>> incorporate. bumping a kernel maintained actively always has the risk
>>> of duplicating work and / or doing superfluous work
>> Well, yes, that's why I put Zoltan on CC for that patch (you can't
>> see that as the list server apparently removes CC's if the receiver
>> is among the list subscribers).
>> And sure, he might already have it ready himself or do things as he
>> likes to, e.g. more testing on all boards before pushing the commit.
>> I did this bump to 3.19 this morning because I was impatient to see if
>> framebuffer works as it was promissed for 3.19 on sun7i. And it does.
>> I was happy to see that and felt that it may make sense to publish my
>> Note that my motivation when porting the patches was my own curiosity
>> and it was fun doing it -- no matter, if any picks them up or not.
>> Just in case Zoltan starts working on 3.19 tomorrow, he'll already have
>> a reference point to start with.
>> If he already got it ready and just wants to do more testing before
>> pushing the commit -- fine, this might have been "a waste of time" when
>> looking at it from an economic point of view. Just that my motiviation
>> was self-education rather than just using my time as efficient as I can.
>> Is there anything wrong with that?
>> Or did anyone feel offended by that?
> Not at all. Please continue with good work. I only wish I've seen your
> patch sooner ;)
Don't start a fight over my head without me. :)
Daniel, thanks for the patches for bringing sunxi up to 3.19. I already
had done some work, but this patchset helps, so I'll work it in and add
you as SoB when committing.
One small note, it might be worth to send "generic" and
"target_foo-related" in separate series to the list, so they could be
picked up and committed separately, avoiding unnecessary confusion.
(That's just my $.02 though.)
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