On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 7:52 AM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <t...@toke.dk> wrote:
> Dave Taht <dave.t...@gmail.com> writes:
>> So it sounds like all the individual pieces are sync'd again?
>> 4.16-rc4 is out, so there are several weeks left to make the net-next
>> window. I note that I don't feel strongly (never had) that I should be
>> the one to make the net-next submission, just so long as it now gets
>> through checkpatch (?)... so since the code is freshest in several
>> other minds than mine now, can someone volunteer to submit it to
>> Otherwise I'll try to clear some time to do it next week.
> Well, I was expecting you to still be at sea ;)
For those that haven't been tracking https://www.facebook.com/dtaht -
I bought an old 35' sailboat in the santa cruz, ca, harbor in December
for 1 BTC. I figured living aboard would be cheaper than california
rents, by far, and I'd be able to still work online a mile from shore,
after adding solar panels, etc.
So far neither is true, and I've sunk more energy, time and money into
making her shipshape than I'd ever imagined. Yes, it's a nice break
from fixing the internet. Yes, yes, she's called the Bufferboat, at
least tenatively - although it's federally registered as the Defiance.
She sleeps six. If anyone wants a ride or be crew in the next year...
let me know separately.
I'm increasingly unsure if the live-aboard-and-code idea is going to
work out. I might need a bigger boat, and crew. ;)
> So was going to submit the same(ish) patch to both netdev and openwrt;
> just want to make sure there is nothing more that needs to go in...
thx! All the space I had in my head for cake got eaten by the 1972
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