On Tue, Jun 29, 2004 at 06:23:21PM +0200, Jens Schmalzing wrote:
> Frederik Schueler writes:
> > Since the debian kernel packages now are being maintained by the
> > debian-kernel maintainers team, what is going to happen to these
> > inofficial packages once amd64 will enter sid?
> > Do I have to ITP kernel-patch-amd64 and/or kernel-image-amd64?
> I would suggest that you subscribe to debian-kernel, prepare
> kernel-patch-amd64-2.6.7 packages based on the example of the other
> 2.6 kernel-patch packages (right now, this means the powerpc patches,
> so please let me know if you find a better way of doing it) , and
> upload them as soon as amd64 enters sid.
Bad idea. Split the patch and get as much as possible merged upstream.
Note that large parts are simply "Lindent that file" and they certainly
should not be mixed with the rest.