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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] must fix list
    Nick Piggin <piggin@cyberone.com.au> wrote:
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    > I don't know what happened to this, but I thought it was quite good.
    > Maybe I missed something?

    It just didn't seem very relevant: people weren't keeping me up to date and
    a lot of the patches which were going in weren't related to anything on the
    lists.

    > Anyway I have removed AS from the list because it is done. I removed CFQ
    > as well because when the schedulers become runtime selectable (sometime
    > I hope), merging it becomes a non issue, even during the stable series I
    > think.
    >
    > I updated the kernel/sched.c section a bit.
    >
    > I moved 64-bit dev_t from should fix to must fix.
    >
    > It looks like quite a bit can be struck off, but I'll leave it up to those
    > who actually did the work.

    Thanks. Just for you, I'll do an update.

    > Maybe these should go in Documentation/must-fix/ to make patching and
    > syncing easier?

    maybe...
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