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SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/5] x86: coding style fixes in arch/x86/ia32/ia32_aout.c
> 
> > > Firstly, anyone with a forked kernel with outstanding patches that
> > > are not in x86.git only has themselves to blame. We want to actively
> > > discourage forking and sitting on patches too long.
> >
> > Curious - what is the purpose of the x86.git tree these days?
>
> what do want to imply by 'these days'?

I wondered when you wrote "anyone with a forked kernel with outstanding
patches that are not in x86.git" if this was only x86 specific patches
or more than that. I could have a slev of patches in the works
for parts that are no x86 specific (which I unfortunately do not have).

Sam


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