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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/14] ppc32: Remove board ports that are no longer maintained
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    >>>>> "Kumar" == Kumar Gala <kumar.gala@freescale.com> writes:
    >> When we recover our history from the linuxppc-2.4/2.5 trees we
    >> can show exactly how long it's been since anybody touched ep405.
    >>
    >> Quick googling shows that it's been almost 2 years since the last
    >> mention of ep405 (exluding removal discussions) on
    >> linuxppc-embedded. Last ep405-related commits are more than 2
    >> years ago.

    So, I'll bet I can find other parts of the kernel tree that haven't
    been touched in 2 years. Maybe there isn't anything to fix?

    Happens that in our case,
    a) the board is the basis to our own board.
    b) we only moved to 2.6 in May.

    So, I just don't get removing board support files.

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