BTW, there are atleast 2 dozen people looking for this patch. I tested
it and several others on the linux1394 mailing list tested it. If you
want to be more closely involved with linux1394 specifically, then don't
expect me to search you out...come to us where our development happens.
We have a commit list to the repo and a developers list.
Things happen there...the only reason I bother the general linux-kernel
list is for things that affect outside the scope of drivers/ieee1394/*.
I don't think that's much different than a lot of projects in the
I've never sent my patches to the list prior to inclusion in the kernel,
and a lot of folks don't, depending on neccessity. I don't see the need
to start now, not when interested parties have a place to go to see the
patches before hand anyway. Nothing major I send to Marcelo or Linus is
done so without it being committed in out repo first.
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