[PATCH v2 0/8] arm: dts: lpc32xx: updates to LPC32xx SoC and boards

Vladimir Zapolskiy vz at mleia.com
Thu Oct 29 15:06:38 PDT 2015

Hi Arnd,

On 21.10.2015 17:45, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Sunday 18 October 2015 00:35:49 Vladimir Zapolskiy wrote:
>> The change improves description of NXP LPC32xx hardware, among
>> important changes it adds standard timers and external memory
>> controller nodes, splits PWM device node into two,
>> Changes from v1 to v2:
>> - removed v1 2/5 "arm: dts: lpc32xx: fix improper usage of ranges property"
>> - v1 4/5 "arm: dts: lpc32xx: remove unneeded cell settings from cpus"
>>   is replaced by v2 3/8 "arm: dts: lpc32xx: add reg property to cpu device node"
>> - new change, sets physical memory offset for EA3250 and PHY3250 v5/8
>> - new change, added EMC device node v2 6/8
>> - new change, added standard timer nodes v2 7/8
>> - new change, grouped USB subdevices together v2 8/8
> Looks ok to me. Who should pick them up? I haven't seen pull requests from
> Roland in a while. If he's still interested in the port, I think it would be
> best if he could create a branch here.

I still don't see a reply from Roland, if possible please apply the
patches to arm-soc this time.

> If not, we can pick them up directly this time into arm-soc, but then we
> should find a new maintainer.

I have some interest in LPC32xx SoC, I know the SoC very well (authored
LPC32xx support in U-boot) and there are more patches in my queue, if
there is no objection from anyone, I would be happy to become a
maintainer of the platform.

With best wishes,

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