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Date:	Tue, 4 Nov 2008 13:00:14 +0530 (IST)
From:	"Madhusudhan Chikkature" <>
To:	"Pierre Ossman" <>
Cc:	"LAK" <>,
	"LKML" <>
Subject: Re: MMC maintainership help needed

> (This message is cross-posted to linux-arm-kernel which is subscribers
> only, so edit the cc list if you're not on that list. This was done
> because most MMC users are on that list.)
> I'm having trouble finding time and energy for handling MMC stuff in a
> timely manner (as those of you sending patches to me have noticed).
> Therefore I'm sending out this general plea for assistance.
> If you see any MMC/SD/SDIO patches, bug reports or general questions,
> don't be afraid to comment and/or ask for more information. Even if you
> don't feel like you can solve the issue, any help you can provide means
> that my limited time can be better spent. And you'll probably also get
> more comfortable with the MMC parts in the process. :)
> On a related note, I see very little comments to my reviews except from
> the original author. As such I'm having a hard time evaluating my role.
> Are people satisified with my work as a gatekeeper or am I just being a
> pain in the ass? I know I can be a bit anal at times. :)
> Thanks
> --
>      -- Pierre Ossman

I am quite happy with the replies you send on technical queries on MMC/SD
core/drivers and also the review comments.


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