[U-Boot] Patchwork housekeeping

Vladimir Zapolskiy vz at mleia.com
Mon Mar 26 19:30:59 CEST 2012

Hi Graeme,

On 22.03.2012 04:58, Graeme Russ wrote:
> Hello Custodians and Mailing List Aficionados,
> I don't know if anyone has noticed, but patchwork is starting to collect
> a rather large amount of cruft.
> I occasionally jump onto patchwork and do a little housekeeping by marking
> updated patches as 'Superceeded' and anything applied by Wolfgang as
> 'Accepted' (There may be a few patches that have been applied to custodian
> tress that I marked as 'Accepted' when really they should have been marked
> as 'Awaiting Upstream')
> I really don't mind doing this housekeeping, but I would like to make a
> few suggestions that will make the work a little easier:
>   - If you are a custodian:
>      o When you apply a patch to your repo, can you please assign it to
>        yourself in patchwork and set it to 'Awaiting Upstream'
>      o Reply to the ML with 'Applied to<repo>/<branch>'
>      o When you send a pull request, create a bundle with all the patches
>        that are to be pulled (you can create the bundle early and add
>        patches as you apply them)
>      o When Wolfgang pulls your repo, go to the bundle and mark all the
>        patches 'Accepted'
>   - If you are a patch submitter:
>      o Visit http://patchwork.ozlabs.org/project/uboot/list/
>      o Search for your patches by following the 'Filters'link and entering
>        your name
>      o Send and email (with 'patchwork' somewhere in the subject) to the ML
>        with a list of patches that you submitted say more than one month

That's the list of patches sent in January, still no progress.

>        ago. For each patch, please indicate if the patch is:
>          * Superseded - By another patch (either by you or someone else)
>          * Not Applicable - The patch can be ignored (was an RFC, was due
>            to a misunderstanding, another patch did the same thing, etc)
>          * Applied - Has been applied (state the repo and branch)
>          * Rejected - Patch has been officially rejected
>          * Waiting - You believe the patch is still valid but has not been
>            applied (send a ping as a reply to the patch on the mailing list
>            as well
I marked the patches as `awaiting upstream'.

>          * Other - Please describe what state you feel the patch is in
> Once I get the raw list down to a manageable level, I'll start to look at
> the leftovers...

With best wishes,

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