“And because I’m dragging it out for another week, I’m going to be *very* bitter if anybody sends me pull requests this late in the game that aren’t for major issues. If you send me small irrelevant stuff that doesn’t fix major issues (oopses, security, things like that), I’m going to curse at you and ignore your pull request. So don’t do it.
The only things I want to see are fixes that people care deeply about. If it’s not critical, or you don’t have an actual problem report from an actual user, just put it in the queue under the christmas tree, and let it got for 3.8.
(Ok, while writing this I got another pull request that made me go "We don’t really need this". I’ll pull that, because technically it came in before I’d given people this warning, but …)
So Linux 3.7 is almost ready and I just built 3.6.9…