Re: [PATCH 1/1] platform/x86/intel/hid: Don't wake on 5-button releases

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On 29.03.24 19:06, David McFarland wrote:
> "Linux regression tracking (Thorsten Leemhuis)"
> <regressions@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> David, from here is looks like this is stalled for ten days now. Or was
>> there some progress and I just missed it?
> No, I've not seen any emails since your last.

Thx for confirming.

>> From the cover letter[1] is sounds a lot like a "Fixes: 0c4cae1bc00d31
>> ("PM: hibernate: Avoid missing wakeup events during hibernation")" would
>> be appropriate here.
> The specific behaviour I encountered (failure to hibernate) started with
> that commit, but I think it just exposed the underlying behaviour (wake
> on button release), which probably dates to when the driver was
> introduced.

Well, it depends on the maintainer in question (so you might better want
to ignore this advice!), but I'd say: mention that in the patch
description and add Fixes: tag, to ensure people pick it up when the
change that exposed the problem is backported.

This is hinted at in submitting-patches: "This tag also assists the
stable kernel team in determining which stable kernel versions should
receive your fix.". Maybe that text should mention scenario.

Ciao, Thorsten

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