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KS2009: Staging, linux-next, and the development process

KS2009: Staging, linux-next, and the development process

Posted Oct 21, 2009 10:02 UTC (Wed) by mingo (subscriber, #31122)
In reply to: KS2009: Staging, linux-next, and the development process by dlang
Parent article: KS2009: Staging, linux-next, and the development process

At least for the subsystems maintained in the -tip tree there's a consistent pattern you can use to recover fixlets: the tip:*/urgent branches.

The current branches are:

 
     core/urgent
      irq/urgent
     perf/urgent
    sched/urgent
   timers/urgent
  tracing/urgent
      x86/urgent

All the stuff separated out in the -tip urgent branches is directed towards Linus's current tree - and if it has a Cc: stable tag then it's directed towards earlier versions as well.


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