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Re: watchdog: SOC_MT7621?

To: Paul Bolle <>
Subject: Re: watchdog: SOC_MT7621?
From: John Crispin <>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2015 12:10:07 +0100
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On 04/02/2015 12:04, Paul Bolle wrote:
> On Wed, 2015-02-04 at 11:19 +0100, John Crispin wrote:
>> On 04/02/2015 11:13, Paul Bolle wrote:
>>> Is SOC_MT7621 still being worked on?
>> yes we dropped the series as it collided with the gic rework that
>> was working on. i hope to push it during the next merge
>> window. the 1004k support has just been flaky till now as there was
>> never any real silicon to test it on. the chromium people really did a
>> good job at making the gic code nicer.
> Thanks for explaining this. Unless SOC_MT7621 takes a long time to land
> in linux-next I won't be bothering you again about this. (I think I'll
> use "by the end of the v3.20 series" as a definition of a long time.)
>> quite an impressive Cc list you have there
> Yes, that's the way it works with problems that span two (or more)
> subsystems (in this case watchdog and MIPS). Actually, much longer CC
> lists are used regularly on lkml.
> Thanks!
> Paul Bolle

i think wim should just drop it and we leave it in openwrt with the
other 1/2 million patches that we have. i prefer to upstream the stuff
without feeling pressured to hurry up, that kills the fun.

@Wim, can you drop the patch please ?


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