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On Wed, 3 Sep 2008, David Miller wrote:
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> 4) Several iwlwifi fixes:

Are these really regressions?

And if they aren't, why are they here and now?

Are people really so _stupid_ that they think that no fixes ever cause new
regressions, so that they think that because they are "fixes" they are
safe?

Please, guys. I complained once about this already. What's so hard to
understand?

Do development _separately_. Push new development during the merge window.
Don't do it later. And don't think that just because it's a 'fix', it
should go upstream asap.

What's so hard to understand about this?

I'll pull this YET AGAIN, but I'm getting really fed up with telling the
same people the same thing over and over again. It looks like the iwlwifi
people don't understand what "merge window" means, and thinks that any
random fix for any random issue should always just be pushed up.

Linus


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