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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/90] Post 2.6.21 OMAP update
 > > It would be enormously helpful if instead we got say 15 small patch sets
> > which are independant so that a query or NAK means 14 sets get applied
> > this time around not zero.
> I was thinking about merging the patches together more, but the end result
> would not be very readable, and we would lose the original author info.
> Also trying to do this 15 small patches at time would make it hard
> to have it all integrated within the two week merge window.

I think you misunderstood the suggestion. The idea is that you leave
the patches basically as-is (modulo any small tweaks required by
reordering), but rather than one 90-patch series, you divide the
patches up into independent subsets. Maybe something like

- basic OMAP fixes for bugs in core support
- Palm platform stuff
- ...other platform stuff
- new features

etc. then it's easier for people to review the stuff they're
interested in, and it's easier for at least some of the subsets to get
applied (which reduces your backlog).

- R.
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