Re: [PATCH v2] arm64: defconfig: Enable PRUSS as module

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On 8/4/2023 2:50 PM, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
On Fri, Aug 4, 2023, at 11:11, Konrad Dybcio wrote:
On 4.08.2023 08:18, MD Danish Anwar wrote:
Enables PRUSS as kernel module for TI SoCs.

Reviewed-by: Christian Gmeiner <christian.gmeiner@xxxxxxxxx>
Signed-off-by: MD Danish Anwar <danishanwar@xxxxxx>
As an outsider, I have no idea what this does, and the Kconfig help
message doesn't say much more either.

Could you please add a short summary about what sort of hardware
is driven by this driver?

Any additional information would also help, but more importantly,
Danish please use a recipient list that has only the people on 'To:'
that would actually apply the patch (Nishanth and Vignesh) and
ask them to merge it, while having everyone else on Cc.

Sure Arnd, I will only keep Nishant and Vignesh in to and move everyone else to Cc.

The problem with addressing a trivial patch to a dozen people
is that often everyone will think that someone else will take
care of it. If you address a patch to just one or two maintainers,
they are more likely to either apply it or tell you if you got
the wrong person instead of ignoring.

For defconfig patches adding platform specific lines, there are
two ways this can be handled:

a) the K3 maintainers pick it up into a branch and send a
    pull request to soc@xxxxxxxxxx with all the defconfig
    changes, from where I pick that up. This usually works

b) you send it to soc@xxxxxxxxxx yourself and I wait for
    an Ack from the K3 maintainers so I know they agree with
    the contents as well as being bypassed as maintainers on
    this occasion.


Thanks and Regards,
Md Danish Anwar

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