[Skiboot] [RFC PATCH 13/23] release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1: Fix ReStructured Text syntax

Stewart Smith stewart at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Wed Jul 27 17:43:14 AEST 2016


Signed-off-by: Stewart Smith <stewart at linux.vnet.ibm.com>
---
 doc/release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1.rst | 77 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---
 1 file changed, 70 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1.rst b/doc/release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1.rst
index f98e025..e3acc01 100644
--- a/doc/release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1.rst
+++ b/doc/release-notes/skiboot-5.3.0-rc1.rst
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 skiboot-5.3.0-rc1
------------------
+=================
 
 skiboot-5.3.0-rc1 was released on Monday July 25th, 2016
 
@@ -18,6 +18,8 @@ The current plan is to release skiboot-5.3.0 August 1st 2016.
 Over skiboot-5.2, we have the following changes:
 
 OPAL API/Device Tree
+--------------------
+
 - Reserve OPAL API numbers for XICS emulation for XIVE
    Additionally, we put in some skeleton docs for what's coming,
    key points being that this is for P9 and above, relies on a device
@@ -27,6 +29,8 @@ OPAL API/Device Tree
   No Linux kernel has ever existed for powernv that only knows linux,phandle.
 
 POWER9
+------
+
 - Add base POWER9 support
   In *NO WAY* is this geared towards real POWER9 hardware.
   Suitable for use in simulators *only*, and even then, only if you
@@ -38,6 +42,8 @@ POWER9
 - device-tree: Only advertise ibm, opal-v3 (not v2) on POWER9 and above
 
 CAPI
+----
+
 - phb3: Test CAPI mode on both CAPP units on Naples
 - hmi: Recover both CAPP units on Naples after malfunction alert
 - chiptod: Sync timebase in both CAPP units on Naples
@@ -49,21 +55,29 @@ CAPI
     the OPAL_PCI_SET_PHB_CAPI_MODE API to enable CAPI in DMA mode.
 
 PCI
+---
+
 - pci: Do a dummy config write to devices to establish bus number
 - phb: Work around XSL bug sending PTE updates with wrong scope
 - Support for PCI hotplug (if a platform supports it)
 
-Garrison:
+Garrison
+--------
+
 - NVLink/NPU support
 - Full garrison platform support.
 
-BMC based platforms:
+BMC based platforms
+-------------------
+
 - bt: use the maximum retry count returned by the BMC
 - SEL: Fix eSEL ID while logging eSEL event
     Commit 127a7dac added eSEL ID to SEL event in reverse order (0700 instead
     of 0007). This code fixes this issue by adding ID in proper order.
 
 Tests/Simulation
+----------------
+
 - test/hello_world: always use shutdown type zero
 - make check: make test runs less noisy
 - boot-tests: force booting from primary (non-golden) side
@@ -76,7 +90,9 @@ Tests/Simulation
 - platform/mambo: Add a heartbeat time, making console more responsive
 - mambo: Fix bt command and add little endian support
 
-FSP platforms:
+FSP platforms
+-------------
+
 - beginnings of support for SPIRA-S structure
 - Handle mbox response with bad status:0x24 during FSP termination
 - FSP: Validate fsp_msg response memory allocation
@@ -96,13 +112,17 @@ FSP platforms:
     OPAL_EVENT_CONSOLE_INPUT for consoles that we have noticed are not being
     read.
 
-HMI:
+HMI
+---
+
 - hmi: Fix a bug where partial hmi event was reported to host.
 - hmi: Add handling for NPU checkstops
 - hmi: Only raise a catchall HMI if no other components have
 - hmi: Rework HMI event handling of FIR read failure
 
 Tools
+-----
+
 - external: Add a getsram command
     The getsram command reads the OCC SRAM. This is useful for debug.
 - bug fixes in flash utilities (pflash/gard)
@@ -115,12 +135,16 @@ Tools
 - libflash: Add sanity checks to ffs init code.
 - external: Add dynamically linked pflash
 
-Mambo:
+Mambo
+-----
+
 - Test device tree for kernel location
     This can reduce the boot time since the kernel no longer needs to
     relocate itself when loaded directly at 0.
 
-Generic:
+Generic
+-------
+
 - hw/lpc: Log LPC SYNC errors as OPAL_PLATFORM_ERR_EVT errors
 - Explicitly disable the attn instruction on all CPUs on boot.
 - hw/xscom: Reset XSCOM engine after finite number of retries when busy
@@ -140,11 +164,14 @@ Contributors
 Extending the analysis done for the last few releases, we can see our trends
 in code review across versions:
 
+======== ====== ======= ======= ======  ========
 Release	 csets	Ack	Reviews	Tested	Reported
+======== ====== ======= ======= ======  ========
 5.0	 329	 15	     20	     1	       0
 5.1	 372	 13	     38	     1	       4
 5.2-rc1	 334	 20	     34	     6	      11
 5.3-rc1  302     36          53      4         5
+======== ====== ======= ======= ======  ========
 
 An increase in reviews this cycle is great!
 
@@ -154,6 +181,9 @@ Processed 302 csets from 31 developers
 A total of 20887 lines added, 4540 removed (delta 16347)
 
 Developers with the most changesets
+
+=========================== ============
+=========================== ============
 Stewart Smith               82 (27.2%)
 Gavin Shan                  36 (11.9%)
 Benjamin Herrenschmidt      28 (9.3%)
@@ -185,8 +215,12 @@ Frederic Bonnard             1 (0.3%)
 Kamalesh Babulal             1 (0.3%)
 Mamatha                      1 (0.3%)
 Mahesh Salgaonkar            1 (0.3%)
+=========================== ============
 
 Developers with the most changed lines
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Benjamin Herrenschmidt    7491 (34.4%)
 Gavin Shan                4821 (22.1%)
 Vasant Hegde              4740 (21.7%)
@@ -218,22 +252,34 @@ Balbir Singh                 4 (0.0%)
 Kamalesh Babulal             2 (0.0%)
 Deb McLemore                 1 (0.0%)
 Andrew Donnellan             1 (0.0%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers with the most lines removed
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Dinar Valeev                68 (1.5%)
 Patrick Williams            10 (0.2%)
 Mukesh Ojha                  4 (0.1%)
 Kamalesh Babulal             1 (0.0%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers with the most signoffs (total 249)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Stewart Smith              236 (94.8%)
 Vaidyanathan Srinivasan      6 (2.4%)
 Benjamin Herrenschmidt       3 (1.2%)
 Michael Neuling              2 (0.8%)
 Oliver O'Halloran            1 (0.4%)
 Vipin K Parashar             1 (0.4%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers with the most reviews (total 53)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Andrew Donnellan            11 (20.8%)
 Russell Currey               9 (17.0%)
 Joel Stanley                 7 (13.2%)
@@ -248,23 +294,40 @@ Vaidyanathan Srinivasan      1 (1.9%)
 Vipin K Parashar             1 (1.9%)
 Frederic Barrat              1 (1.9%)
 C├ędric Le Goater             1 (1.9%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers with the most test credits (total 4)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Andrew Donnellan             2 (50.0%)
 Russell Currey               1 (25.0%)
 Vaibhav Jain                 1 (25.0%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 4)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Michael Neuling              3 (75.0%)
 Gavin Shan                   1 (25.0%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers with the most report credits (total 5)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Mukesh Ojha                  2 (40.0%)
 Russell Currey               1 (20.0%)
 Pridhiviraj Paidipeddi       1 (20.0%)
 Balbir Singh                 1 (20.0%)
+========================= ============
 
 Developers who gave the most report credits (total 5)
+
+========================= ============
+========================= ============
 Gavin Shan                   2 (40.0%)
 Stewart Smith                2 (40.0%)
 Vasant Hegde                 1 (20.0%)
+========================= ============
-- 
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