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Creating a Proper Path for Clean-up Patches

Creating a Proper Path for Clean-up Patches

Posted May 29, 2008 5:18 UTC (Thu) by cpeterso (guest, #305)
In reply to: Creating a Proper Path for Clean-up Patches by AnswerGuy
Parent article: Getting the right kind of contributions

I think that is the best way to manage contributions (of all sizes). I think the Kernel
Janitors and the "Trivial Patch Monkey" maintain some patchsets, but perhaps there should be
more official git trees. For example:

linux-whitespace
linux-trivial
linux-warnings
linux-janitors

could be maintained separately and merged into linux-testing or -mm at convenient merge times.


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