Greetings, and questions about work flow
ben at trinity.fluff.org
Wed May 16 00:43:48 CEST 2007
On Wed, May 16, 2007 at 12:39:00AM +0200, Pierre Ossman wrote:
> Harald Welte wrote:
> > The SD driver is from Maintech, whom I introduced to TomTom some time
> > ago to write Samsung S3c2410 related code. The author of s3cmci, Thoms
> > Kleffel, is currently in the final schedule of working on his thesis,
> > while at the same time co-running a embedded company, so he doesn't
> > really have much time on merging it mainline now [after the first
> > attempts failed some time ago].
> Ah, I got the impression from TomTom that the driver was from Samsung.
> But I see now that Tomas Kleffel is listed as the author. Samsung has
> another SD/MMC driver that they do claim copyright on, even though
> they've taken more or less all of the code for it from my sdhci driver.
> They're not scoring any points there...
Welcome to my world... I would like to try and do proper SDHCI
support for devices like the s3c2443, if that is okay with you.
> > I'm happy to take that. Thomas Kleffel already indicated that he would
> > be happy with me working on this. I understand the s3cmci driver very
> > well, and I've written u-boot s3c2410 sd card code, so I'm faimilar with
> > the controller hardware, too.
> Great. It's always easier to keep track of things when they are in-tree.
Yes, I was going to offer to support this if no-one else was going to.
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