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Fri Apr 11 23:52:06 BST 2003
On Fri, Apr 11, 2003 at 04:42:13PM -0400, Pavel Roskin wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Apr 2003, Dominik Brodowski wrote:
> > Hm, you sure we really need CVS? Small patches / patchsets are easily kept
> > without CVS; I don't want to accumulate large blacklogs of patches (what's
> > in the queue right now is more than enough...); and for pushing changes to
> > Linus BK seems to be a better choice. Or do you/dwmw have objections to BK? I'm
> > currently testing BK for personal use... And what's your idea about this, Russell?
> OK, I'll try to set up 2.5 kernel and bitkeeper this weekend. I don't
> insist on CVS.
Well, I'm not fixed on bitkeeper, either... acutally, I just stopped cloning
Linus' tree as it takes like ages... /me doesn't know what'd be best...
> > /me fears indeed becoming the PCMCIA maintainer for 2.5... I have no idea if
> > anybody else is considered being maintainer of orinoco, pcnet_cs and/or
> > ide-cs. There are names mentioned in the pcmcia-cs package; but I think they
> > are more or less unmaintained in their in-kernel incarnation. But maybe we
> > can find this out looking at the changelog of Linus' tree?
> I meant I'm ready to work on integration of those drivers into the 2.5
> tree if we do further architectural changes and if the authors or
> maintainers of those drivers don't have time or desire to update them.
As I said, that's great :)
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