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SubjectRe: [patch 1/6] Linux Kernel Markers - Architecture Independent Code
On Fri, 07 Sep 2007 12:04:45 EDT, Theodore Tso said:
> This was proposed by Andrew and discussed at the Kernel Summit; the
> basic idea is that it is a formal indication that the person has done
> a *full* review of the patch (a few random comments from the local
> whitespace police don't count),

Anybody got a proposed scheme for the case where somebody like myself
who is *not* a member of the Maintainer Cabal has looked at a patch, and
found a valid show-stopper that's bigger than just whitespace (breaks on
64-bit, locking issues, etc), or other commentary that *should* be addressed
before it gets merged? I'd like *some* way to tag a patch with "I had an
issue with V1, but the author addressed it to my satisfaction in V2"....

(Note that includes "the author convinced me the patch was right and I was
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