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SubjectRe: why are some of my patches being credited to other "authors"?
On Sat, 9 Dec 2006, Tim Schmielau wrote:

> i wrote:

> > but given that i'm trying to follow the kernel guidelines and keep
> > each submission as a logically-related chunk, in many cases, i
> > have to wait for one patch to be applied before i can submit the
> > next one. and, at the moment, there's no way of knowing what's
> > going on.
> Well, you can send out a patch series:
> [patch 01/02] Prepare foo for blah
> [patch 02/02] Apply blah to foo
> Ideally you would finish the patch description for patch 02 with something
> like
> ---
> This patch depends on [patch 01/02] Prepare foo for blah

... snip ...

wait a minute. that's not what i've understood all this time as the
rationale for a multi-part patch -- to show dependency. certainly,
that's not what you read in "SubmittingPatches":

"If one patch depends on another patch in order for a change to be
complete, that is OK. Simply note "this patch depends on patch X" in
your patch description."

that doesn't say anything about using the multi-part notation. are
you sure about this?

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