Re: linux-next: please don't start adding v3.21 stuff yet
From: Jiri Kosina
Date: Wed Feb 18 2015 - 16:03:33 EST
On Thu, 19 Feb 2015, Stephen Rothwell wrote:
> Hi Jiri,
> From my daily release notes:
> "Please do not add any material destined for v3.21 to your linux-next
> included trees until after v3.20-rc1 has been released."
> Commit 38e0e413ca1d ("Merge branch 'for-3.21/logitech' into for-next"),
> commit e0ab74fe569d ("Merge branch 'for-3.21/rmi' into for-next"),
> commit ee2de8fc6c18 ("Merge branch 'for-3.21/genius' into for-next")
> (though this last contains what looks like a fix).
Gah, sorry for that, I always forget to switch off my automated script
machinery during merge window.
> Also, at some point you might want to reset your tree to Linus' to get
> rid of all those (now useless) old merge commits.
Hmm, I am really not a big fan of rebasing public tree. People are
actually pulling the for-next branch and working on top of it.
Those merge commits are always only in for-next, the branch that gets
created for Linus before merge (by merging all the topic branches at once)
is not polluted by them.
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