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SubjectRe: Whitespace PCI cleanups
On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 10:07:21AM +0100, Pavel Machek wrote:

> I did not want to give it to *two* maintainers for tracking, because
> you might potentially stomp on each other.

I don't think thats an issue. Even if Rusty and myself both
send the same small bits to Linus, it doubles the chances of him
not dropping the patch for no reason.

Whilst I'm chainsawing up some of the bigger bits, if the smaller
bits go to Linus through Rusty, that makes everyones life easier.
Having both of us pick up small bits isn't so much duplicating
work, its an extra safety net of sorts. If I overlook something,
maybe Rusty will pick it up, and vice versa.

Hopefully Rusty will get a good acceptance on small bits before
he ends up with a huge collection 8-)

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