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SubjectRe: linux-2.5.3-pre4/drivers/acenic.c: pci_unmap_addr_set not defined for x86
>>>>> "David" == David S Miller <davem@redhat.com> writes:

David> From: Jes Sorensen <jes@wildopensource.com> Date: Thu, 24 Jan
David> 2002 09:15:42 -0500

> Considering a) it's just a few keystrokes to add a CC: line,
> b) it's the driver authors who are the first to get the bug
> reports, then yes it seems like a very reasonable request.

David> This list actually is the first place the reports typically go
David> to.

Actually thats not the case in my experience, very often thing like that
go to the driver specific mailing lists or the driver maintainer in
private email. In fact this more common than a report going
linux-kernel.

David> I'm a responsible maintainer, when I add a problem, I always go
David> back and fix it or revert my changes. I never disappear after
David> making these kinds of changes.

I never claimed you don't, but some reports you never receive.

All I am suggesting is a CC, no fairytales or other stories to go with
it that actually takes time to write.

Jes
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