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SubjectRe: -mm merge plans for 2.6.23 - ioat/dma engine
On Tue, 10 Jul 2007 11:05:45 -0700
"Nelson, Shannon" <> wrote:

> Kok, Auke wrote:
> >Andrew Morton wrote:
> >> git-ioat-vs-git-md-accel.patch
> >> ioat-warning-fix.patch
> >> fix-i-oat-for-kexec.patch
> >>
> >> I don't seem to be able to get rid of these. Chris Leech
> >appears to have
> >> vanished.
> >
> >Chris is a moving target. Thankfully we have Shannon Nelson
> >taking over Chris'
> >duties. Shannon, can you take a look at these and see what
> >needs to happen to it
> >? Most likely these just need to be pushed to the right person.
> Auke: Thanks for the introduction :-).

Hi, Shannon.

> Andrew: All three of these patches are reasonable and can be pushed on
> up. You can add my sign-off to all three:
> Signed-off-by: Shannon Nelson <>

OK, the way it works is that I send these patches at the git tree
maintainer, then the git tree maintainer merges them (this step is
unreliable) and then when I repull that git tree maintainer's tree I see
that they got merged so I drop them from -mm. The git tree maintainer
decides when to send them to Linus.

I am presently pulling git://
into -mm.

Will you be taking over the IOAT git tree? If so, please send me a
suitable git URL when it's ready.

The above tree has several changes in it from January (see
Please take a look at those, work out what we should do with it all.

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