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On 22/01/2021 16:25:47+0100, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
On Fri, Jan 22, 2021 at 3:35 PM <nicolas.ferre@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
From: Nicolas Ferre <nicolas.ferre@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm taking back the lead on sending the pull-requests for AT91 and hope that I
didn't loose the knowledge in the meantime. Tell me if there's something I'm
missing. Thanks a lot to Alexandre who kept our flow steady and very
predictable during all those years!
Here are the first SoC changes for 5.12 which contain a single patch for multi
I plan to send another pull-request for the SoC changes related to new sama7g5
that Claudiu sent to the mainling-list recently. I'll let it mature in
linux-next by the beginning of next week and will send another pull-request by
Tell me if you see a problem with this approach.
This all looks good to me, but I think I'd rather take the 'soc' pull request
into the v5.11 bugfixes, as this may already affect users on other machines.
I would also suggest adding a 'Cc: stable@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' tag. If you like,
I can just cherry-pick that patch into the fixes branch and add it there.
I wouldn't backport it as a fix, this is just a warning, in a
configuration that is very unlikely to be used (and honestly, I
wouldn't enable this driver on any platform).
If you take it as a fix, you'll have to also get