[Meego-kernel] Question about upstream patches
gregkh at suse.de
Tue Oct 12 06:19:55 PDT 2010
On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 09:10:26AM +0100, Caillaud, Christian wrote:
> I would like to ask some stupid questions and i hope you'll answer.
Why me, I'm not the meego kernel maintainer :)
> If I need to submit a patch which has been already "upstreamed" in
> linux-next for example, do you want me to resend the complete patch
> (with all necessary information which is compliant to kernel patch
> submission standards) and the git commit id, or the commit id with the
> patch description is sufficient itself ?
> Does it apply to patches submitted to linux patchwork sub projects as
> well (e.g. linux-wireless) ?
> If so, does it mean that you'll rebase the patch (or at least the git
> commit id) which I'll submit to this mailing list ?
> Otherwise do I need to backport my "upstream" patch with the meego
> latest kernel version before sumitting it to this mailing list ?
I have no idea, as there seems to be no documented "procedure" for the
MeeGo kernel at all.
These are all great questions, perhaps the proper people will answer
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