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SubjectRe: [Ksummit-2007-discuss] Re: [Ksummit-2006-discuss] 2007 Linux Kernel Summit

Jes Sorensen wrote:
> Greg Ungerer wrote:
>> Dave Jones wrote:
>>> Again, I don't recall us spending any time at all discussing m68k, or
>>> sparc, whilst the others you mention were well represented.
>> Well, others where represented, I was there looking after non-mmu m68k
>> for example (and other general non-mmu stuff). There just wasn't much
>> contentious stuff in that space that needed wider discussion.
> Which is good, provided that non-mmu work is actively driving some of
> the decisions in mainline. Given that I don't follow the non-mmu work
> at all, I don't have a feel for whether that is the case, but I could
> imagine that it would have some impact that needs to be taken into
> account at times.


> My worry is for spending time and slots on things /
> people dealing with classic architectures which are no longer being
> manufactured and are only being maintained in catch-up mode.

Agreed, but I haven't seen that in the past. The CPU panel at least
has always covered current (and future) hardware.


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