MTD Maps driver for Sharp LH7a40x

Thomas Gleixner tglx at
Sat Jun 12 08:06:50 EDT 2004

On Friday 11 June 2004 21:19, Marc Singer wrote:
> I've written a maps driver for an ARM CPU.  Do I need to submit the
> patch to you in order for it to be included in the kernel?  Presently,
> I've posted it to Russell King.  Though he hasn't said why he hasn't
> included it, I wonder if it might be easier for the MTD maintainers to
> handle the patch.

RMK explained quite detailed which patches should be submitted to him. Read

Subsystem patches should always be sent to the subsystem maintainer(s) or the 
appropriate mailinglist. RMK can review a MTD patch of course, but he has 
enough stuff to take care of. 

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