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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/5] ARM: configs: drop unused BACKLIGHT_GENERIC option
On Tue, Dec 1, 2020 at 8:48 PM ZHIZHIKIN Andrey
<andrey.zhizhikin@leica-geosystems.com> wrote:
> Hello Arnd,
> > > > Or rather, SoC-specific patches, even to defconfig, should go
> > > > through the specific SoC maintainers. However, there are occasional
> > > > defconfig patches which are more generic or affecting multiple SoCs.
> > > > I just ignore them as the arm64 defconfig is usually handled by the
> > > > arm-soc folk (when I need a defconfig change, I go for
> > > > arch/arm64/Kconfig directly ;)).
> > >
> > > IIRC, the plan was indeed to get defconfig changes through the
> > > platform sub-trees. It is also supposed to be how multi_v5 and
> > > multi_v7 are handled and they will take care of the merge.
> >
> > For cross-platform changes like this one, I'm definitely happy to pick up the
> > patch directly from soc@kernel.org, or from mailing list if I know about it.
>
> Should I collect all Ack's and re-send this series including the list "nobody
> talks about" :), or the series can be picked up as-is?
>
> Your advice would be really welcomed here!

Yes, please do, that makes my life easier. I would apply the patches
for arch/arm and arch/arm64 when you send them to soc@kernel.org,
the others go to the respective architecture maintainers, unless they
want me to pick up the whole series.

Arnd

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