[Meego-kernel] kernel acceptance criteria
Arjan van de Ven
arjan at linux.intel.com
Tue Oct 26 13:24:19 PDT 2010
On 10/26/2010 12:41 PM, Caillaud, Christian wrote:
> Good morning Arjan,
> I was wondering how a developer knows when his patch is integrated
> into Meego. Is it when you have integrated it into kernel:dev, into
> Trunk:Testing or into Trunk ?
> And do you maintain a public quilt database or a git tree of your
> kernel:devel project so that everybody can be based on before
> submitting patches to this mailing list ?
> Otherwise the submitter needs to download the RPM source, install it,
> expand it. He then has to modify the .spec file in order to put the
> patch in the correct place.
> Do you confirm this is the good process ?
the kernel is kept in a quilt series.
you can get this from OBS or from the src.rpm
ideally, when you get your patch in the upstream kernel, it'll make it
in kernel-dev as well.
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