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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] New firewire stack
    On 12/8/06, Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5r6.in-berlin.de> wrote:
    > Pavel Machek wrote at linux-kernel:
    > > On Tue 05-12-06 17:05:30, Erik Mouw wrote:
    > >> On Tue, Dec 05, 2006 at 10:13:55AM -0500, Kristian H?gsberg wrote:
    > >> > Marcel Holtmann wrote:
    > >> > >can you please use drivers/firewire/ if you want to start clean or
    > >> > >aiming at replacing drivers/ieee1394/. Using "fw" as an abbreviation in
    > >> > >the directory path is not really helpful.
    > >> >
    > >> > Yes, that's probably a better idea. Do you see a problem with using fw_*
    > >> > as a prefix in the code though? I don't see anybody using that prefix, but
    > >> > Stefan pointed out to me that it's often used to abbreviate firmware too.
    > >>
    > >> So what about fiwi_*? If that's too close to wifi_*, try frwr_.
    > >
    > > Ugly, but fwire could be acceptable.
    >
    > How about this:
    > Let's let Kristian continue to work with his chosen fw_ prefix until his
    > drivers are ready to be pulled in (into the linux1394 repo and -mm),
    > then make a decision about prefixes. It's mostly a matter of running sed
    > over the files.

    Yeah, I'm not changing it just yet, but I'm not too attached to fw_
    and I think that ieee1394_ will work better. The modutil tools
    already use ieee1394 for device_id tables.

    > Regarding the directory name, I favor to stick everything into
    > drivers/ieee1394 even if it could get crowded during a transition period.

    Yeah, if we're going with the ieee1394 prefix, it'd make the most
    sense if the files live in drivers/ieee1394.

    Kristian
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