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RE: SC: New MIPS maintainers needed

Eric Christopher <> writes:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 5:58 AM, Matthew Fortune
> <> wrote:
> > Jeff Law <> writes:
> >> On 07/22/14 06:56, Richard Sandiford wrote:
> >> > I'll need to step down as MIPS maintainer this weekend in order to
> >> avoid
> >> > a possible conflict of interest with a new job.  SC: please could you
> >> > appoint some new maintainers to take over?
> >> We'll get the process started.
> >>
> >> Stepping down doesn't require you do do anything further than removing
> >> yourself as the listed maintainer for the MIPS port
> >
> > Hi Richard,
> >
> > Although I've only worked with you for a relatively short time I'd like
> > to thank you for all the help and guidance you have given. I'm sure the
> > MIPS community owes much to your stewardship over the years and I'm
> > certain that it has been appreciated.
> >
> > Jeff:
> >
> > Now that Richard has stood down as the MIPS maintainer can you
> > advise on the process for getting patches approved? Should we cc
> > any particular global maintainer or just post and allow someone to get
> > to it when they can?
> >
> You can technically cc me on it, I've not been able to do a lot of
> work with gcc until recently, but I am now reading the list etc. Patch
> review will take a bit longer than Richard, he's very hard to replace.

My apologies, I knew you were a named MIPS maintainer but didn't know you
were able to work on the codebase again.
> I'm also down with you and Catherine being nominated for
> maintainership, you've both been doing a lot of work in the area and
> it makes some sense.


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