[PATCH 3/3] iio: adc: rockchip_saradc: replace custom logic with devm_reset_control_get_optional_exclusive

Dragan Simic dsimic at manjaro.org
Mon Feb 26 12:31:51 PST 2024

Hello Andy and Quentin,

On 2024-02-23 15:39, Andy Shevchenko wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 23, 2024 at 3:10 PM Quentin Schulz
> <quentin.schulz at theobroma-systems.com> wrote:
>> On 2/23/24 14:00, Andy Shevchenko wrote:
>> > On Fri, Feb 23, 2024 at 2:46 PM Quentin Schulz <foss+kernel at 0leil.net> wrote:
> ...
>> >> Cc: Quentin Schulz <foss+kernel at 0leil.net>
>> >
>> > You may use the --cc option to `git send-email` instead of polluting
>> > commit messages, or move this after the '---' cutter line.
>> The whole point is that my SoB and authorship is from my professional
>> mail address which is likely to change over time, the Cc is my 
>> personal
>> one for development. Basically, in the event that I change my 
>> employer,
>> I would still be reachable at that Cc address without having to modify
>> the .mailmap after the fact (which won't make it to an earlier version
>> of the kernel for example). Some maintainers don't really like this,
>> some don't mind, we'll see in which category the IIO maintainer(s) 
>> fall
>> in :) (I don't mind either way just to be clear).
> My point is that Cc and other similar (non-real-tags) stuff is
> polluting commit messages. It means that this will be copied to the
> Git index to all kernel git repositories in the world from now and
> then, This is at bare minimum makes additional burden on git log (and
> parsing and so on) and moreover, wastes resources becoming less
> environment friendly (no jokes). Using --cc or moving to the behind
> the commit message will keep email copied with cleaner commit
> messages. Yet, all email tags are available in lore archive
> (lore.kernel.org). Please, really reconsider the commit messages
> content in the Linux kernel project and elsewhere, it will help to
> make the world more friendly.

Believe it or not, I'm working on some patches for Git that, I believe,
should help a lot when it comes to handling Cc: addresses.  Would you
like to be included in the list of recipients for those Git patches, so
you could, hopefully, provide some feeback?

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