[Linux-kernel-mentees] [PATCH] checkpatch: GIT_COMMIT_ID: handle commit messages with multiple quotes
ayush at disroot.org
Wed Sep 9 10:31:26 UTC 2020
> As the mentor in the linux kernel community bridge program, I usually
> inform the mentees when the review on the mentee mailing list has
> successfully concluded to a first acceptable state and I think it is well
> advised to reach out to the maintainers for further discussion.
> You did not do that, but just send some patch to the maintainers.
> That is fully up to you, but I will not support the patch acceptance in
> any way, and it suggests that you do not see the need to be mentored.
> If you can land patches without mentoring support successfully, that is
> great, but then you do not need a mentorship.
I am extremely sorry for my mistakes. It won't happen again.
> Now, to the commit:
> Ayush, your commit message is largely incomprehensible.
> Your follow-up explanation that was needed should have been in the commit
> message in the first place.
It was my first patch, so I had very little idea of forming commit messages.
I will discuss it with mentors next time before sending the patch next time.
> Ayush, you did not sign-off with your full legal name.
My legal name according to all official identification documents of India is Ayush.
I have no surname registered legally.
So should I include "Ayush <ayush at disroot.org>" or do I need to include my last name too (Which is Ayush only)?
Please accept my apology.
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