[linux-yocto] Fwd: Fwd: [LTSI-dev] LTSI 3.4 tree now open
dvhart at linux.intel.com
Tue Sep 25 10:45:55 PDT 2012
On 09/24/2012 11:35 AM, Bruce Ashfield wrote:
> On 12-09-19 04:14 PM, Darren Hart wrote:
>> On 09/19/2012 07:24 AM, Bruce Ashfield wrote:
>>> Finally what we've been waiting for.
>>> Once we are out of the yocto 1.3 cycle crunch (should be soon), we'll
>>> start taking content out of the standard/base branch of the 3.4 yocto
>>> kernel and pushing down to LTSI what makes sense.
>>> I'll then start the 3.4 tree for yocto 1.4 with some LTSI branches as
>>> we've been discussion over the past few months.
>> I think we only have about a month. How would you like to break this
>> work up? How much do you want to do, how much would you like me to do, etc.
> Back to this, sorry about the delay. That weekend thing got in the
> way again.
> Here's some answers, and some questions. I won't promise more answers
> than questions.
> - patches/features to LTSI: PaulG and myself can take care of carving
> up what makes sense, since we've had a fair bit of exposure to them
> all during merge, and can supply context around them.
> That being said, we will probably have more updates in the future,
> and we'll trickle them in after that.
> - For now, we'll hold configuration fragments, etc, in linux-yocto and
> apply them on top of of the LTSI base in the yocto 1.4, 3.4 kernel.
> - re: deadline. Have you seen something from Greg that indicates how
> long he wants the merge window for LTSI 3.4 ? Or are you talking
> about yocto / other deadlines ?
Last we spoke with the LTSI folks the merge window was 1 month.
> - I'll take care of generating the new linux-yocto 3.4 with LTSI as
> a base branch, and build option for pure LTSI boards.
> - Darren: I'd be interested in -rt on top of LTSI being tested, so
> that is a good place for your direct help, as would be ensuring
> that Intel specific patches (graphics, NTB, ixgb updates, etc) that
> are LTSI candidates get submitted to LTSI. For -rt, that's something
> we can offer on LTSI instead of vice versa (LTSI offering it to us).
> - If Tom knows of any recent tracing improvements in the mainline
> kernel that would be good for yocto 3.4/LTSI, now's a good time
> Comments ?
Looks good to me. Thanks Bruce.
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: Greg KH<gregkh at linuxfoundation.org>
>>> Date: Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 10:20 AM
>>> Subject: [LTSI-dev] LTSI 3.4 tree now open
>>> To: ltsi-dev at lists.linuxfoundation.org
>>> Sorry for the delay, but the LTSI 3.4 tree is now open.
>>> Only thing that was relevant (i.e would apply) from the 3.0 tree is
>>> PRAMFS and LTTng, so both of those remain. Everything else is now gone.
>>> Patches are now welcome for any LTSI 3.4 things that people want to see
>>> greg k-h
>>> LTSI-dev mailing list
>>> LTSI-dev at lists.linuxfoundation.org
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