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SubjectRe: Linux 3.4-rc1
On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 8:58 AM, Linus Torvalds
<> wrote:
> Ok, it's been two weeks, and the merge window is over. Linux 3.4-rc1
> has been pushed out to the git servers, and the tar-ball and patches
> are going out as I type this (probably done by the time I'm done).
> And yes, if you actually counted, it has only been 13 days. And if
> somebody delayed their pull request until the last day of the merge
> window, I'm sure they'll be even happier to delay it another two
> months until the next merge window. Yay!
> That said, there are four pull requests in my mailbox that weren't
> delayed, and that I will (probably) still pull, but that I wanted to
> get extra confirmation from *other* maintainers from first. So they
> were sent in time, I just decided that I can make the actual pull
> choice a bit later.
> The four remaining pull requests (and the people I want comments from) are:
>  - HSI (High Speed Synchronous Serial Interface) framework. I'm
> planning on pulling this into 3.4, it's in my queue, but I wanted to
> bring it up one more time in case somebody has issues with it. Ping?
>  - pohmelfs. The old pohmelfs got deleted from staging, there's an
> all-new one waiting in the sidelines. Al was a bit unhappy about some
> of it, Evgeniy fixed it up some, and then the discussion died. Again,
> I'm likely to pull this, but I wanted more commentary on it.
>  - drm dma-buf prime support. Dave Airlie sent me the pull request but
> didn't push very hard for it, it's in my "ok, I can still pull it for
> 3.4 if individual DRM driver people tell me that it will make their
> lives easier." So this is in limbo - I have nothing against it, but I
> won't pull unless I get a few people say "yes, please".
>  - DMA-mapping framework. The tree now has a few more acks from
> people, and it's largely in the same situation as HSI is: I'll
> probably pull, but I really wanted the users who are impacted to
> actually talk to me about it.

Now Marek and Nvidia persons are used it for DMA mapping based IOMMU.

Are there other person who help to merge it?
(+CC related persons).

Thank you,
Kyungmin Park
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