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SubjectRe: mfd: Patch management?
On Fri, 26 Jan 2018, SF Markus Elfring wrote:

> >> I am curious if more positive feedback could evolve till then.
> >> I would appreciate if a potentially needed resend for my selection
> >> of update suggestions could become smaller (when reviewed steps
> >> could be already integrated for example).
> >
> > I'm not entirely sure what you're trying to say,
> > in any of your responses.
> I imagine that acceptance for these changes could be influenced
> also by review comments from other contributors.

Influenced yes, but I will also need to review them.

You can't 'go around' me, if that's what you're thinking.

> > If you want to rebase your patches, to see what has been applied and
> > what hasn't, you can use the MFD repo and its next-next branch.
> How are the chances that further update suggestions will be integrated
> just because I sent them as small patch series in the threaded way?
> Examples:
> * tps65910: Adjustments for four function implementations
> * abx500-core: Adjustments for eight function implementations

In order to not make my life difficult, I've kindly requested that you
gather all of your MFD patches and send them as one single set.

Is there a good reason why you're not willing to do so?

Lee Jones
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