Re: patch "drivers: thermal: st: remove several sparse warnings" added to thermal-soc tree

From: Pavel Machek
Date: Wed Apr 08 2015 - 06:35:19 EST

> > > > And there's no harm in having patch available in git for easy testing.
> > >
> > > If we weren't so deep into the release cycle, I'd agree with you. But
> > > even if we weren't so close to the merge-window, I'd still expect a
> > > note to the tune of "tentatively applying this for reason X for early
> > > soak testing in -next". Although X would have to be a pretty good
> > > reason, as that's not usually how we do things.
> >
> > Patches should spend a week or so in -next (that's documented
> > somewhere), so people in the Cc list will have their chance to
> > comment.
> Yes they should, _after_ reviewing. Chucking patches into -next
> before others have been given a chance to review is _not_ the right
> thing to do. If everyone did that -next would be unbuildable and

This is up to the maintainer, and given how trivial patch was, he
did the right thing.

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