> Just to clarify here, I suggested a linux-commits style list (patches
> Linus has applied) and Alan suggested a linux-patches list (patches
> submitted to Linus.)
I am talking about the former only. The latter has been discussed many times
and AFAICT is never going to happen. I suspect Linus will always take
patches from his inbox and will never say 'resubmit via linux-patches or I
don't take it'.
> I like the cset diffs because I can see patches Linus has applied that
> weren't posted. If a linux-patches list is created (and people use
> it) then a commits list isn't as useful.
Maybe. Why filter the crap from linux-patches when you can subscribe to
bk-commits and let Linus do it for you? :)
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