On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 12:43:39PM +0200, Tino Mettler wrote:
> I'd like to test, but I don't see any commits since the 1.7 release,
> except for one commit from August. I'm
> using git://git.code.sf.net/p/linuxptp/code. Is this intended?

Yes, I don't push out anything unless the patches have been reviewed
or at least had a chance (at least one week) to be reviewed.  Are you
able to apply patches from the list?

The patches in question are:

   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      [PATCH RFC 0/2] Fix one-step regression
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH RFC 1/2] Fix regression in one-step 
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      └─>[PATCH RFC 2/2] clock: Remove cruft from 
the creation method.

   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      [PATCH V3 0/7] Link state tracking
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 1/7] rtnl: Introduce RT netlink 
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 2/7] sk: Add a method to obtain 
a socket for utility purposes.
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 3/7] clock: Remove stray 
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 4/7] clock: Fix coding style 
within a helper function.
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 5/7] clock: Remember each port's 
interface index.
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      ├─>[PATCH V3 6/7] port: Provide methods to 
set and get the link status.
   16.Oct'16 To linuxptp-dev      └─>[PATCH V3 7/7] clock: Monitor the link 
status using a RT netlink socket.

   17.Oct'16 Miroslav Lichva      [Linuxptp-devel] [PATCH RFC 0/3] Optional 
prefix for ptp4l/phc2sys log messages
   17.Oct'16 Miroslav Lichva      ├─>[Linuxptp-devel] [PATCH RFC 1/3] Add 
options to prefix ptp4l and phc2sys log messages.
   17.Oct'16 Miroslav Lichva      ├─>[Linuxptp-devel] [PATCH RFC 2/3] 
timemaster: prefix ptp4l and phc2sys messages.
   17.Oct'16 Miroslav Lichva      ├─>[Linuxptp-devel] [PATCH RFC 3/3] 
timemaster: check support for SW time stamping.

If you can't test them easily, then I can delay the release until
about one week after pushing them out.  The "link state tracking"
series will be changed once more as Miroslav suggested.


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