[ECOS] eCos developpement process?

David N. Welton davidw@dedasys.com
Fri Nov 21 10:09:00 GMT 2003


Andrew Lunn <andrew@lunn.ch> writes:

> Big patches take more work and so tend to take longer. Ugly patches
> generally either get rejected and requested to be re-written, or we
> fix them ourselves.  Some patches get stuck for legal reasons. Some
> patches get included fast because it interests a particular
> maintainers. Some patches get delayed because no maintainer is
> particularly interested in the patch.

It's almost completely slipped my mind at this point, because I
haven't touched eCos since then, but which combination of these
factors best describe the floppy driver that I had posted?

Thankyou,
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