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SubjectRe: Release Policy

On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 05:32:18PM -0800, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> >
> > Such updates really only need to go through his "stupid filter"
> > when it is coming from the maintainer, but it does add up and
> > take up time.
>
> Obviously. If it's for a maintained subsystem:
>
> a) if it's from the subsystem maintainer, sanity-check it.
> b) if it's not, dump it or reject with the appropriate notice.

A minor issue...

How does Marcelo (or Linus or Alan, say) know that the patch _really_ came from
the subsystem aintainer himself? I mean anybody would have sent any crap, but
not too bad enough to suspect. But if it came with a CC to a list, there is a
much smaller chance of this happenning.

Yes. This would be very rare and the effects would be very short lived. But
still the _possibility_ exists.

Cheers,

Anuradha

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