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SubjectRe: linux-next: Tree for Nov 3
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 7:20 AM, Stephen Rothwell <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The linux-next tree on github is no longer being updated and will be
> removed soon.
> The patch is still absent from
> The summary at the end now has a "git -1 --oneline" appended to the lines
> indicating which tree is being merged.   This was suggested by Mauro
> Chehab as an aid to maintainers so that they can easily tell which version
> of their tree was merged.  Comments welcome.
> Changes since 20111102:
> Renamed trees:
>        wireless -> wireless-next
>        wireless-current -> wireless

Whuzzz up with VFS tree(s)?

[1] and [2] lists:
vfs git
vfs-scale git

Isn't vfs-scale [2] done?
I have so long not heard or read from Nick Piggin (vfs-scale), I hope
he is well.

Christoph take over as interim VFS stuff from Al (hope he is well,
too) and I have seen his and pending stuff from FS folk was merged
into Linus-tree.
Christoph, your for-next GIT branch [3] is dedicated for linux-next (v3.3)?

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