Re: [RFC PATCH v2 0/2] docs: add a text about regressions to the Linux kernel's documentation

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[resending after finishing the mail for real, accidentally it the keys
to send :-/]

On 07.01.22 17:28, Greg Kroah-Hartman wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 07, 2022 at 03:21:00PM +0100, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>> 'We don't cause regressions' might be the first rule of Linux kernel
>> development, but it and other aspects of regressions nevertheless are hardly
>> described in the Linux kernel's documentation. The following two patches change
>> this by creating a document dedicated to the topic.
>> The second patch could easily be folded into the first one, but was kept
>> separate, as it might be a bit controversial. This also allows the patch
>> description to explain some backgrounds for this part of the document.
>> Additionally, ACKs and Reviewed-by tags can be collected separately this way.
>> v2/RFC:
>> - a lot of small fixes, most are for spelling mistakes and grammar
>>   errors/problems pointed out in the review feedback I got so far
>> - add ACK for the series from Greg
> My ack seems not to be here :(

Huh, how did that happen? Sorry, thx for pointing it out, will be in v3.

> Also, this is a "real" series, no need for a RFC anymore, right?

I was taken a bit back-and-forth and then settled on calling this one
still RFC, as I was unsure if people like Jon and Randy might want to
wait on feedback from Linus before they take a closer look at all that
huge amount of text...

Ciao, Thorsten

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