Posted Jan 20, 2011 16:34 UTC (Thu) by kirkengaard (subscriber, #15022)
Parent article: Bypassing linux-next
"Those developers will need to either get their own trees into linux-next (an easy thing to do) or take the complaints when code which lived in -mm is seen by testers for the first time when it hits the mainline."
Odd, I was of the impression that the whole point of -mm was that it let people use code and test it before it was shipped upstream. Have we deprecated that code path?