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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] MAINTAINERS: add new maintainers of NXP LPC32xx SoC
On 29.04.2016 02:14, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Friday 29 April 2016 02:10:32 Vladimir Zapolskiy wrote:
>> Hi Arnd,
>> On 27.04.2016 12:39, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 27 April 2016 02:55:16 Vladimir Zapolskiy wrote:
>>>> Roland Stigge added initial support of NXP LPC32xx SoC series and
>>>> first boards powered by it, but for a while since v3.18-rc1 the
>>>> SoC support is unmaintained and became stale.
>>>> Vladimir Zapolskiy and Sylvain Lemieux expressed interest in
>>>> continuation of NXP LPC32xx maintenance, reflect this in MAINTAINERS
>>>> record file for better communication with Linux kernel community.
>>>> The maintenance change is in agreement with Arnd Bergmann:
>>> Looks good. Let's give Roland some time to reply (hopefully with
>>> and Ack), and then merge it for 4.7.
>> to simplify the matter and to legitimate the process somehow I decided
>> not to include this change of maintainers into my last LPC32xx SoC pull
>> request, hence the pull request contains only code changes.
>> In other words please let me explicitly delegate a decision to you or
>> other ARM maintainers when and which way to apply this change. As for
>> me here I would prefer to get Signed-off-by tags from one of you.
>> If I'm worried for nothing, or if you don't consider to pick these
>> changes up directly from, for
>> your convenience I'll send a pull request to
> It's all fine with me. My plan so far is to pick up the patches
> separately in a couple of days, but if you send a pull request,
> I'll take that instead. If Roland still wants to be listed in
> the MAINTAINERS file, we can change it again, but I'm considering
> the two of you the primary contacts now.

Sounds good, I offload that anxiety from my mind then.

Thank you.

With best wishes,

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