Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy  <> writes:

> This round cherry-pick and commit only skip S-o-b if the last one is
> the same...

That sounds sensible.  When the user asks us to add sign-off, we
should honor it, unless it is known that adding one is absolutely
unnecessary, which is "it already exists as the last one".  Ignoring
all other cases will lose information.

Among the non-merge commits in the kernel history, you see about 500
such commits where the same contributor signs off the patch more
than once, recording the flow of the patch; 106a4ee258 seems to be
the most recent example.

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