On 15/08/2019 16:42, Wieczorkiewicz, Pawel wrote: > Thanks Julien. I will do that next time (unless you guys want me to > re-send all this ;-)). > > BTW, I also pushed my changes onto the xenbits server: > http://xenbits.xenproject.org/gitweb/?p=people/wipawel/livepatch-build-tools;a=summary > http://xenbits.xenproject.org/gitweb/?p=people/wipawel/xen;a=summary > > I hope that makes navigation and dealing with the swarm of patches a > bit easier.
Please (re)send two patch series, one for Xen and one for build tools. Even for he subset you posted before, I can't figure out whether they're ok to push straight away, or need more review. This will be far easier to do in one single go (per repo). My workflow for series is something like this: First, confirm your git settings (details as appropriate) $ git config -l | grep sendemail sendemail.smtpserver= $SERVER sendemail.chainreplyto=false sendemail.to=Xen-devel <email@example.com> sendemail.from= $ME <$m...@example.com> Second, render the patch series: $ mkdir foo-v1 $ cd foo-v1 $ git format-patch master --cover-letter 0000-cover-letter.patch 0001- .... .... $ $EDITOR 0000-cover-letter.patch Fill in as appropriate. Provide a brief overview, note the subject of companion series, etc. I also include the union of all CC'd people in each patch just below the Subject: header which avoids having to manually specify them later. Be aware that it is strict about RFCs, so has to be Cc: and not CC: Third, double check everything: $ git send-email --dry-run *.patch Fourth, spam the list by dropping the --dry-run. Fifth, sit back and watch the reviews come in. ~Andrew  Who am I kidding? This is invariably "pick up one of the other urgent tasks that you put to one side a little while ago..." ;) _______________________________________________ Xen-devel mailing list Xenfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.xenproject.org/mailman/listinfo/xen-devel