On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 01:03:36PM +0200, Sven Eckelmann wrote:
the batman-adv developers had a smaller discussion what we wanted to achieve
in drivers/staging and if we have done everything we wanted to do. We think
that everything we wanted to do in staging is finished (the TODO file is
empty since a while), but that is just our opinion.
So we wanted to ask you first if you see any showstopper which make batman-adv
insufficient for net before we would ask the net maintainer. Our personal
favorite kernel for the move would be 2.6.37. Before that we would have 2.6.35
(which is not completely correct using the sysfs infrastructure) and at least
some RCs of 2.6.36 (which moves the remaining wrong stuff from sysfs to
If everything is now moved into debugfs, and everything in sysfs is only
"one-value-per-file" then I don't really have an objection.
I would say let the networking developers start reviewing it.