Release day churn

The 2.6.27 pull request for ALSA was something of a surprise to read – a large proportion of the changes in there are for ASoC. Not what I was expecting given how many ASoC changes there are still to be merged, but it’s nice to see, especially given the general problems with embedded users contributing code back.

In other kernel release news, I’m glad to see some of my other work is making people happy.

3 thoughts on “Release day churn

  1. Yup, I’m working with Liam. ASoC went upstream a while ago (well before I started) – pushing the touch drivers up was one of the first jobs I was given. Liam’s also done a power management framework which is in the process of going up ATM (either .27 or .28).

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