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SubjectRe: Guidelines for Submitting an RFC PATCH
On Mon 2018-03-12 16:01:08, Joe Smith wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> What are the guidelines for submitting an RFC patch? If a developer
> wants to get early input on a design is it fine to submit a patch that
> is in reasonable shape but does not fully meets the requirements of a
> regular patch, for example, the patch consists of a series of patches,
> it only compiles when all patches in the series are applied. Going
> through the process of meeting all the patch requirements for an RFC
> patch seems too much.

There are not many guidelines for that. Just mark it RFC :-).

Series that only compiles when full would be fine for example. (But
you may get complains from 0 day testing bots, not sure).
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