[lm-sensors] Hardware monitoring subsystem maintainer position is open
juergh at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 19:54:29 CEST 2007
On 4/15/07, Mark M. Hoffman <mhoffman at lightlink.com> wrote:
> Hi Jean, et al:
> * Jean Delvare <khali at linux-fr.org> [2007-04-10 15:02:27 +0200]:
> > I am resigning from my role as hardware monitoring subsystem
> > (drivers/hwmon) maintainer. This is too much work for me, I do not have
> > the necessary bandwidth to review all the incoming patches, in
> > particular new drivers, in a timely manner. Patch authors have been
> > complaining about this repeatedly. This is no fun for them, and even
> > less for me, so I'd rather let someone else with more spare time take
> > care of it. If there are volunteers, this is the right time to speak up.
> > I will still be maintaining the individual hardware monitoring drivers
> > I am listed for in file MAINTAINERS (adm1025, f71805f, lm83 and lm90)
> > as well as the I2C subsystem. No change here.
> > I will continue to feed -mm with pending hwmon patches until 2.6.21
> > final is released, then I'll send everything I have to Linus for
> > 2.6.22-rc1, the last of which will be:
> > (...)
> /me throws hat in
> I volunteer to become the new MAINTAINER, but in a much more limited sense
> of the term than Jean is/was. I can take care of a couple git trees, and do
> some detailed reviews when I have time. For the most part, I will have to
> rely on others to do reviews as well.
> I would not be volunteering for this role, if Juerg and others had not also
> volunteered to be more active reviewers.
> As for the discussions later in this thread about process... IMHO that's a
> little premature. I intend to get brand new stuff into -mm perhaps a little
> earlier than Jean did... but it still ain't going to Linus before it's ready.
> Other than that, I would rather just see what works for me and for you (other
> hwmon authors).
> Assuming no one else wants the job (ruik?) I'll start working with Jean to
> get things set up as soon as I can.
Thanks a lot Mark! I'm sure everybody appreciates very much that you
volunteer for this position.
> Thanks & regards,
> Mark M. Hoffman
> mhoffman at lightlink.com
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