Thursday, May 15, 2008

My first two simple Linux USB patches got accepted

I am basically a non-programmer. However I am interested in learning
USB and I like to support Open Source software and spend my
spare time doing testing or helping with the documentations
for some projects (piklab, pk2, pk2cmdLinux, libusb, openusb,
libusb-win32, pyusb, HPS USB stack for FreeBSD, etc).

I just submitted two trivial patches to the Linux kernel. They both
got accepted.

1) USB HID Quirk Patch: add Microchip PICKit 1 and PICkit 2

2) USB: remove PICDEM FS USB demo (04d8:000c) device from ldusb

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