Upstream kernel status?

Hi,

Is there any place where I can see ongoing progress or status of am335x upstream support? I would love to see something like this (from the sunxi folks): http://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort

Of course such a page is asking for a lot. Most specifically, I am wondering when the upstream kernel will support turning off the board at shutdown, which I think is a PMIC feature. Fedora follows the upstream kernel very closely, and the beaglebone works very well for me except for this power down issue.

Thanks,

Adam

Hi,

Is there any place where I can see ongoing progress or status of am335x upstream support? I would love to see something like this (from the sunxi folks): http://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort

Of course such a page is asking for a lot. Most specifically, I am wondering when the upstream kernel will support turning off the board at shutdown, which I think is a PMIC feature. Fedora follows the upstream kernel very closely, and the beaglebone works very well for me except for this power down issue.

Full pmic shutdown should fully work as of the up coming v3.19-rc merge. It took a rtc cleanup and some bike shedding on the power off DTS nameā€¦

>
> Hi,
>
> Is there any place where I can see ongoing progress or status of am335x
upstream support? I would love to see something like this (from the sunxi
folks): http://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort
>
> Of course such a page is asking for a lot. Most specifically, I am
wondering when the upstream kernel will support turning off the board at
shutdown, which I think is a PMIC feature. Fedora follows the upstream
kernel very closely, and the beaglebone works very well for me except for
this power down issue.

Full pmic shutdown should fully work as of the up coming v3.19-rc merge.
It took a rtc cleanup and some bike shedding on the power off DTS name....

This is perfect, thanks!

Adam