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SubjectRe: linux-next: a new pending-fixes branch
Stephen Rothwell <> writes:

> As an outcome of some discussion, I have added a pending-fixes branch
> to linux-next. This branch contains Linus' tree merged with branches
> containing only fixes pending for the current release. The branch is a
> strict subset of linux-next each day (as so rebases like linux-next
> does).
> It would be good if this branch could be tested by the 0-Day service
> and any other testing that people do - in the hope of sending fewer
> "fixes causing bugs" patches to Linus.
> There is not intention that bug fixes for Linus' tree should
> necessarily be tested in linux-next before being forwarded, but
> (especially for slightly less urgent bugs, at least) it seems like a
> good idea.
> I currently have 55 branches of bug fixes included.

Is there a list of branches you use available somewhere? I would like to
check that wireless-drivers is included.

Kalle Valo

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