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>
> An example pull request of mine might look like:
> Char/Misc patches for 4.15-rc1
>
> Here is the big char/misc patch set for the 4.15-rc1 merge
> window. Contained in here is the normal set of new functions
> added to all of these crazy drivers, as well as the following
> brand new subsystems:
> - time_travel_controller: Finally a set of drivers for
> the latest time travel bus architecture that provides
> i/o to the CPU before it asked for it, allowing
> uninterrupted processing
> - relativity_shifters: due to the affect that the
> time_travel_controllers have on the overall system,
> there was a need for a new set of relativity shifter
> drivers to accommodate the newly formed black holes
> that would threaten to suck CPUs into them. This
> subsystem handles this in a way to successfully
> neutralize the problems. There is a Kconfig option to
> force these to be enabled when needed, so problems
> should not occur.
>
> All of these patches have been successfully tested in the latest
> linux-next releases, and the original problems that it found
> have all been resolved (apologies to anyone living near Canberra
> for the lack of the Kconfig options in the earlier versions of
> the linux-next tree creations.)
>
> Signed-off-by: Your-name-here <your_email@domain>
>
>
> The tag message format is just like a git commit id. One line at the
> top for a "summary subject" and be sure to sign-off at the bottom.

I don't add my s-o-b to signed tags for pull requests, but perhaps I should.

However, I think most maintainers don't use it, and neither does it
seems like Linus is preserving the tag when he does the pull.

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Kind regards
Uffe

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