[LinuxBIOS] [PATCH] cleaned up MCP55 chipset code

David H. Barr dhbarr at gozelle.com
Fri Feb 2 04:54:51 CET 2007

On 2/1/07, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006 at gmx.net> wrote:
> ron minnich wrote:
> > I'd like to repeat my previous question. Does acked imply committed?
> No, it should just mean that you agree with the patch and did not
> modify it. Anybody can ack a patch.
> > How/when does the commit happen if someone does not have commit privs,
> > e.g. if neither the signer or acker can commit?
> Someone steps up and commits?
> > Could we get a comment when people commit?
> Suggestion:
> * The one who commits replies to the patch with "Applied."
> * The commit mail is sent to the list automatically (already happens).

Signed-off-by: Some Guy <some at guy.com>
Acked-by: Some Gal <some at gal.com>
Applied-by: David H. Barr <dhbarr at gozelle.com>
Commited-by: David H. Barr <dhbarr at gozelle.com>

Is there some blindingly obvious reason why one of these two wouldn't
be appropriate?


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