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SubjectRe: [linux-lvm] Re: [repost] Announce: Linux-OpenLVM mailing list
AJ Lewis wrote:
> Ok, the issue here is that we're trying to get a release out and so anything
> that majorly changes the code is getting shunted aside for the moment. It
> would be stupid to just add everything that comes in on the ML without
> review. Linus does the exact same thing. I've said this before to you
> Andreas, but apparently you feel that you should have final say on whether
> your patches go in or not.

> As far as getting patches into the stock kernel, we've been sending patches
> to Linus for over a month now, and none of them have made it in. Maybe
> someone has some pointers on how we get our code past his filters.

Read Documentation/SubmittingPatches, and also listen to kernel hackers
who know the block layer and want to fix lvm.

And I wonder, if kernel hackers are saying lvm is broken... why do you
want to freeze it and ship it in that state?

Jeff Garzik | "The universe is like a safe to which there is a
Building 1024 | combination -- but the combination is locked up
MandrakeSoft | in the safe." -- Peter DeVries
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