On 05/17/2010 08:44 PM, Stefan Bader wrote:
> On 05/17/2010 07:44 PM, Peter M. Petrakis wrote:
>> Resending per IRC conversation. I'd like to target lucid
>> for this. We're already seeing systems were the same
>> fix needs to be applied. We'll have to continue using DKMS
>> in the meanwhile.
>> http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git;a=commit;h=ef110b24e28f36620f63dab94708a17 c7e267358
> Maybe I was confusing on IRC. There are two sides to this. For us (Ubuntu) its
> good to know about the DKMS side and we need to make sure how to handle the
> removal of it later.
> For Dmitry that information is not that interesting (not to say useless
> he needs to be cc'ed on the mail that needs to e sent to email@example.com to
> let this fix be picked up for stable kernels (if this sounds reasonable to
> Dmitry of course). We believe its useful stable material, but his is the final
> call. Greg (==firstname.lastname@example.org) prefers upstream commits that have a Cc: to
> stable in the s-o-b area, but for promotions like this it helps to send him a
> git format-patch style patch that has the
> commit f110b24e28f36620f63dab94708a17c7e267358 upstream
> added to the top of the description and the patch being cc'ed to the s-o-b list
> (in that case only one line).
Oh I forgot: adding kernel-team@ to that upstream mail to Greg is just the
selfish reason to know when you asked as I do not receive those.
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