[PATCH v4 0/4] LogicPD minimal board support for LV_SOM and Torpedo
tony at atomide.com
Tue Oct 12 17:01:50 EDT 2010
* Stephan Linz <linz at li-pro.net> [101012 12:11]:
> Am Montag, 11. Oktober 2010, um 20:40:51 schrieb Ashwin Bihari:
> > On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 1:45 PM, Tim Nordell <tim.nordell at logicpd.com>
> > > On 10/11/10 12:30, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> > >> Uhh, so whose patches are these originally?
> > >>
> > >> We have them now queued with Tim Nordell as the author. Please let me
> > >> know ASAP if you want me to change that.
> Hi Tony,
> No, I don't want to change anything. Only the LogicPD employees should be
> named inside the pathes as far as the patches are not a direct pull from my
> own devel tree on Gitorious. Ashwin has done a good explanation of the
OK, thanks everybody, keeping the commits as they are.
> - Stephan
> > >>
> > >> Regards,
> > >>
> > >> Tony
> > >
> > > The history for those patches, for me, originated with Jacob Tanenbaum's
> > > patchset. I was taking over for him as he was going back to school. I
> > > did some misc. changes for further submission, but I was not the
> > > original author. I don't know Stephan's involvement - however, in the
> > > source files he's attributed credit in the header, as well as one of my
> > > coworkers so presumably there was some involvement on both ends. I
> > > recognize some of the code as coming from our kernel release, so likely
> > > it was a hybrid originally between Stephan, Peter, and Jacob.
> > >
> > > That's about the extent that I know.
> > >
> > > - Tim
> > Tony,
> > LogicPD engineers did the initial porting and then Stephan Linz
> > re-started the work on the, then recent, 2.6.32 Kernel using our BSP
> > as a starting point. He was kind enough to send those LogicPD and we
> > began putting it together against the latest Linux Kernel for
> > inclusion and that was done by Jacob over the summer and finished off
> > by Tim.
> > Stephan Linz is credited in the patch and Peter Barada (another
> > LogicPD employee) is listed as the maintainer though his part (along
> > with me) in getting these specific patches out have been more behind
> > the scenes. So having the names listed as they are now is OK.
> > In the upcoming months we will be pushing out additional support for
> > the LogicPD's boards and it will most likely come up a variety of
> > LogicPD engineers depending on our workload..
> > Thanks
> > -- Ashwin
> Viele Grüße,
> Stephan Linz
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