master branch at git.kernel.org/...cip
Chris pointed out our master branch at git.kernel.org is rather old:
master CIP: Bump version suffix to -cip28 after Renesas patches Ben Hutchings 2 years
Master branch is really not too applicable for our workflow. Yes, 2
years old version of 4.4 looks out of place.
I see these options:
1) leave it alone. (+) It is quite obvious development is not
happening there (-) It looks strange.
2) delete it. (-) I'm not sure that is possible or what problems it
3) update it to Linus' 5.12-rc1 and keep it updated. (-) Extra work to
keep it updated, (-) we don't really do anything with mainline commits
newer than 5.10
4) update it to Linus' 5.10, and only touch it when the linux-5.21-cip
is branched out.
Any other ideas?
My preference would be (1) and (4).
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