On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 23:18:32 +0200, Stefan Reinauer <stepan(a)coresystems.de>
On 4/15/10 6:43 PM, Keith Hui wrote:
On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 9:20 PM, Idwer Vollering
>> This is also RFC and is not signed off at
this point, but comments are
> When is it okay to sign off :) probably when the major functions like
> standby and soft poweroff/reset work like they should and the ACPI
> are created. Oh, and irq routing..
Signed-off does NOT mean that the code is ready, or should be included,
by any means.
Signed-off just means that the code is legally not problematic. As long
as the code is not signed off, it might cause a legal issue for anyone
working on it with you, in some weird country somewhere in the internet.
So, please, folks, if you think your code should end up on the mailing
list: Do sign if off or consider not sending it.
Hmm, So if your code is not quite complete (or not quite ready for commit)
but you think other interested developers might be able to offer help or
suggestions or reviews what do you do then?