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Date:	Sat, 20 Jan 2007 12:41:07 +0100
From:	Ivo van Doorn <>
To:	"John W. Linville" <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH RESEND 0/4]

Hi John,

> These patches have been send during 2006 but never
> have been applied or rejected. Even after sending requests
> for updates on these patches.
> So I have no idea if you had rejected them, simply
> overlooked them, or if they are still in your pending list.
> Short summary of which patches are being resend:
> - crc-itu-t
> This has been send to the list during the summer around
> the same time as the initial patch for rfkill. It had also been
> send to the linux-kernel list with a CC to you with a request
> for comment.
> - eeprom_93cx6
> This has been send to the list1 or 2 months ago. After the
> initial patch a feature request for eeprom write support was
> made. Those 2 patches have now been merged into a single patch.
> Both of the libraries come from rt2x00, and this patch merely
> moves them to the location for more generic routines.
> Both the crc as the eeprom handling can be used by different
> drivers (some drivers also use the same implementation, which
> in my opinion would jusitify these 2 modules to be in the lib folder).

Do you have any status update for these 4 patches?
Are they pending, or have they been rejected?


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