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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] MAINTAINERS: remove Adam Fritzler, update his email address in other sources
    On Mon, 17 Dec 2007 20:12:06 -0800 Joe Perches <> wrote:

    > Adam isn't a maintainer anymore.
    > His old email address bounces.
    > Update to new email address.
    > On Mon, Dec 17, 2007 at 01:03:48PM -0800, Joe Perches wrote:
    > > > You seem to have an old email address in the
    > > > linux-kernel MAINTAINERS file.
    > > > Should it be deleted or changed?
    > On Mon, 2007-12-17 at 19:27 -0800, Adam Fritzler wrote:
    > > I am no longer actively involved. If you can mark me as a former point
    > > of contact, that's fine, or you can just delete the entry. My name is
    > > still in the source, but with the old address. It'd great if the
    > > address in source was updated.
    > ...
    > -P: Adam Fritzler
    > -M:
    > -L:
    > -W:
    > -S: Maintained
    > ...
    > - * Added MCA support Adam Fritzler <>
    > + * Added MCA support Adam Fritzler <>

    This is fairly pointless - it'll just break again when Adam moves again.

    Every problem can be solved with another layer of...

    Please: just replace all instances with plain old "Adam Fritzler" and then
    ensure that the lookup key "Adam Fritzler" has an accurate (and
    non-duplicated anywhere else!) entry in MAINTAINERS or CREDITS or whatever.

    btw, I cheerfully skipped all your spelling-fixes patches. Some will have
    stuck via subsystem maintainers but I have a secret "no spelling fixes
    unless they're end-user-visible" policy. That means I'll take spelling
    fixes only if they're in printks or in Documentation/*. This is a little
    defense mechanism to avoid getting buried in micropatches.

    I'd suggest that you find out if Adrian is still running the trivial tree
    and if so, patchbomb him.

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