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SubjectRe: [RESEND][PATCH v3 00/26] drm: Kirin driver cleanups to prep for Kirin960 support
Hi Xinliang

> > As Maintainers can we please get some feedback from one of you.
> > Just an "OK to commit" would do it.
> > But preferably an ack or a review on the individual patches.
> As I have done a pre-review and talked with the author before sending out
> the patches.
> So, for this serial patches,
> Acked-by: Xinliang Liu <>

We all know how it is to be busy, especially when trying to keep up
after role changes.
Unless someone beats me, then I will apply tonight or tomorrow.

> > If the reality is that John is the Maintainer today,
> > then we should update MAINTAINERS to reflect this.
> I am assuming you are talking about the kirin[1] drm driver not the hibmc[2]
> one, right?
> I really appreciate John's awesome work at kirin drm driver all the way.
> Honestly, after my work change from mobile to server years ago, I am always
> waiting for some guy who is stably working at kirin drm driver to take the
> maintenance work.
> John, surely is a such guy. Please add up a patch to update the maintainer
> as John, if John agree so. Then John can push the patch set to drm
> maintainer himself.
> *Note* that the maintainer patch should break hisilicon drivers into kirin
> and hibmc two parts, like bellow:
> M: Xinliang Liu <>
> ...
> F: drivers/gpu/drm/hisilicon/hibmc
> ...
> M: John Stultz <>
> ...
> F: drivers/gpu/drm/hisilicon/kirin
> ...
> [1] drivers/gpu/drm/hisilicon/kirin # for kirin mobile display driver
> [2] drivers/gpu/drm/hisilicon/hibmc # for server VGA driver

Hi John

Up to the challenge?
If yes then please consider to apply for commit rights to drm-misc-next.

And read:

See this to get an account:

You will need an ssh account for drm-misc-next as it is not (yet?)
gitlab enabled.


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