Does anyone have any idea what this might mean in the 2/25 changelog:
b0ca41d Revert "config: mahimahi: update for ubuntu"
d76c86e new defconfigs modified for ubuntuphone
fc58a7f config: mahimahi: update for ubuntu
There doesn't seem to be a "mahimahi" device in the list of nightlies but I have to believe it has something to do with the Ubuntu stuff that was just released.
Just found this article which indicates that it may have to do with the original kernel code for the nexus one:
Daniel asked: which name should be used when bringing this code into the mainline kernel? The Google developers who wrote the code used the "mahimahi" name, so the source tree is full of files with names like board-mahimahi-audio.c; they sit alongside files named after trout, halibut, and swordfish. Daniel feels these names might be confusing; for this reason, board-trout.c became board-dream.c when it moved into the mainline. After all, very few G1/ADP1 users think that they are carrying trout in their pockets.
I'm still confused about what that has to do with Ubuntu phone and the current Evervolv builds.
Maybe preludedrew will be kind enough to enlighten us.
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