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    SubjectLinux 3.3-1 out - merge window closed
    So the subject says it all. It's been two weeks(+a day), and 3.3-rc1 is now out.

    There are a couple of trees I haven't merged on purpose, and there may
    be a few trees I overlooked by mistake. The "on purpose" ones were
    things that looked unfamiliar and I felt I didn't have the bandwidth
    to check. The "mistake" ones would just be things I missed due to
    being busy.

    And it really was a pretty busy merge window. I don't know *why* it
    felt so busy, though. In pure numbers, the merge window seems to have
    been pretty normal - the number of merges and regular commits are
    right where you'd expect them. Part of it was spending what felt like
    (and I think was) a couple of days chasing down two independent
    suspend/resume regressions on my laptop, part of it was a couple of
    just bad pull requests, and some of it was some of the independent
    discussions that were on-going. But none of that is unheard of, so
    what do I know..

    Anyway, it's out now, and I'm taking off early for a weekend of beer,
    skiing and poker (not necessarily in that order: "don't drink and
    ski"). No email.

    So if you felt that your pull request was overlooked by mistake (or
    intentionally, but really not so scary that you think I should have a
    really easy time checking it), you have a couple of days to marshal
    your arguments for why I should pull it after all.

    And if you didn't send your pull request in time: "Phhhthrthtpt!". No
    arguments for that one.

    (Stats for those that like them: 20% arch updates (arm, power, mips,
    x86), 60% drivers (networking - wireless in particular, staging,
    media, dri, sound, misc - including getting rid of 'struct sysdev'),
    and 20% random stuff: filesystems, networking, perf etc)


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