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SubjectRe: [RFC] List of maintainers
On Tue, 5 Feb 2002 10:00:37 -0800, Greg KH <> wrote:

>On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 03:57:14PM -0200, Denis Vlasenko wrote:
>> On 5 February 2002 08:57, you wrote:
>> > > This is first draft. I picked some names and addresses and made entried
>> > > for them.
>> > > If you want to be in this list, mail me your corrected entry. Please
>> > > indicate what kind of reports you wish to receive and what kind of
>> > > reports you DON'T want to see.
>> > >
>> > > If you don't want to be in this list, mail me too - I'll remove your
>> > > entry.
>> > >
>> > > This is the very first draft.
>> >
>> > Ok, here's my entry:
>> >
>> > Vojtech Pavlik <> [5 feb 2002]
>> > Input device drivers (drivers/input/*, drivers/char/joystick/*).
>> > Some USB drivers (printer, acm, catc, hid*, usbmouse, usbkbd, wacom).
>> > VIA IDE support.
>> I want these entries to sound like "Hey, I am working on these parts of the
>> kernel, if you have something, send it to me not to Linus". With precise
>> indication of those parts and your level of involvement:
>Um, isn't that what Vojtech said? You just converted his response into
>full sentances.
>But I'm curious why you want to sort the list of maintainers by the
>maintainer name. Isn't the format of the current MAINTAINERS file much
>nicer in that it's sorted by subsystem and driver type? For if you want
>to know who to send your USB Printer driver changes to, you just look
>that up, instead of having to search through your file, which is ordered
>in the other way.
>So in short, why are you trying to do this?
>greg k-h

Based on recent discussions, shouldn't we have Lieutenant listing

john alvord
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