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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/90] Post 2.6.21 OMAP update
    > > That's only a problem when there are <too many> patches to be
    > > reviewed. Hence, do more frequent postings of fewer patches per series.
    > > That will likely also get you more reviewers.
    >
    > Yeah, I agree.. We've already missed two merge windows because of the
    > large patch set :( The problem is that patch set just keeps growing.

    The other problem is that GIT patch sets are completely useless for
    merging and reviewing if you simply fire off a blast of 70 changesets.
    Each time you do it at least one gets queried or a NAK and the lot go in
    the bin again. Repeat 50 times...

    It would be enormously helpful if instead we got say 15 small patch sets
    which are independant so that a query or NAK means 14 sets get applied
    this time around not zero.

    Alan
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