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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/22] Intel Vision Processing Unit base enabling part 1
On Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 03:06:45PM -0800, mgross@linux.intel.com wrote:
> From: mark gross <mgross@linux.intel.com>
>
> The Intel Vision Processing Unit (VPU) is an IP block that is showing up for
> the first time as part of the Keem Bay SOC. Keem Bay is a quad core A53 Arm
> SOC. It is designed to be used as a stand alone SOC as well as in an PCIe
> Vision Processing accelerator add in card.
>
> This part 1 of the patches make up the base or core of the stack needed to
> enable both use cases for the VPU.
>
> Part 2 includes 11 more patches that depend on part 1. Those should be ready
> in a couple of weeks or less.
>
> I am trying something a bit new with this sequence where I've been working with
> the driver developers as a "pre-maintainer" reviewing and enforcing the kernel
> expectations as I understand them. Its taken a couple of months to get this
> code to the point I feel its ready for public posting. My goal is to make sure
> it meets expectations for quality and compliance with kernel expectations and
> there will be mostly technical / design issues to talk about.
>
> Thanks for looking at these and providing feedback.
>
> --mark
> p.s. I have had a problem my MTA configuration between mutt and git send-email
> where I was using msmpt to send from mutt (because 15+ years ago its the first
> way I got to work and never changed) while my worstation MTA that git
> send-email uses was un-configured resulting in my return-path naming my
> workstion withing the firewall. I suck at email administration.
>
> I appologies for the multiple copies.

Ah, here's the full set of patches...

But, you didn't cc: everyone on them, some of us just got a partial set
of patches, why?

still confused,

greg k-h

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