[PATCH v2] kpc_i2c: Remove unused file

Matt Sickler Matt.Sickler at daktronics.com
Thu May 9 15:41:48 UTC 2019


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dan Carpenter <dan.carpenter at oracle.com>>
>On Thu, May 09, 2019 at 02:47:50PM +0000, Matt Sickler wrote:
>
>A few people/subsystems (DRM) put the change log in the commit message
>but that's pretty weird and I don't know if they do it on purpose or
>they're just not aware how to do it properly...  :P
>
>When it's under the --- then it isn't stored in the permanent git log.

Good to know the "why" behind that process!

>> Ugh.  I'm about to throw Outlook in the trash and just use
>> my personal email account.
>> I know most subsystem maintainers don't accept pull requests
>> but Daktronics does have a github account that I could push
>> my changes to and use git-request-pull to ask Greg to pull
>> from.  Greg, would that be an acceptable solution?  If not,
>> I can continue struggle-bussing with Outlook.
>
>You can't just use git send-email?  Outlook is going to give you
>headaches forever.  I use mutt, but one subsystem only accept patches
>from git send-email so I have to add a fake "X-Mailer: git-send-email"
>header to my patches...

I guess I have not tried.  Daktronics uses Outlook and Office
365 and lots of "security" junk like Okta 2FA.  I had assumed
that mutt wouldn't work because of those settings.  Our IT
is very much windows-only, so they probably wouldn't make any
exceptions for me to allow mutt to work.  I'll give it a try
though.


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