[LinuxBIOS] r2582 - in trunk/LinuxBIOSv2/src/superio: . fintek fintek/f71805f
stepan at coresystems.de
Wed Apr 11 22:38:08 CEST 2007
* Uwe Hermann <uwe at hermann-uwe.de> [070411 22:20]:
> On Thu, Apr 05, 2007 at 09:52:57PM +0200, Peter Stuge wrote:
> I don't think we had a clear resolution when we last discussed this.
> IMHO this procedure is ok:
> - Only add a Signed-off-by if you modified the code. If you're just
> committing someone else's code unmodified, you don't sign-off (but the
> patch creator must have signed-off of course; patches without sign-offs
> must never be committed).
> - Any code which gets committed must have at least one Signed-off-by
> _and_ at least one Acked-by. Thus, if you commit other people's code
> unmodified you add your Ack (if and only if you think the code looks
> good, of course).
What about the case when a patch is slightly reworked.
I think in this case there should be a Signed-off-by: and an Acked-by:
by the committer. Going through the whole review process and finding
yet another person person to ack it should not be possible.
This would mean if two people are working on a patch and they both agree
it should go in, they can "override" the system. That's no problem for
the 4-eyes principle though.
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