[B.A.T.M.A.N.] [PATCH 00/26] staging:batman-adv

Sven Eckelmann sven.eckelmann at gmx.de
Thu May 6 23:44:06 CEST 2010


Andrew Lunn wrote:
> 
> Marek Lindner (9):
>   staging:batman-adv: fix aggregation timing bug
>   staging:batman-adv: fix whitespace style issues
>   staging:batman-adv: convert multiple /proc files to use sysfs
>   staging:batman-adv: convert more files from /proc to /sys
>   staging:batman-adv: move originator interval setting from /proc to
>     /sys
>   staging:batman-adv: remove redundant pointer to originator interface
>   staging:batman-adv: move /proc interface handling to /sys
>   staging:batman-adv: Fix whitespace problems criticized by
>     checkpatch.pl
>   staging:batman-adv: Reduce max characters on a line to 80

Am I the only one who thinks that Marek takes credits for too many patches? 
Yes, we all have to praise him for his work, but just noticed those minor 
glitches:
 * fix whitespace style issues
   - work from Luis de Bethencourt <luisbg at ubuntu.com>
 * Fix whitespace problems criticized by
   Reduce max characters on a line to 80
   - work from me... somewhat

Not that I really want credit for those patches (maybe I should have submitted 
them under a different name.....), but that didn't happen in the past and now 
more than one time in a row. What happened here? git-am's fault?

And thanks to Andrew for the preparation and submission of that huge patchset. 
Some patches are missing the signed-off-by line from you or have typos inside 
that line. Maybe you can use `git format-patch --signoff` to get that 
automatically added if it is missing.

Best regards,
	Sven
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