currently missing kernel devel trees

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Hi all,

With the mrege window approaching (sometime) I thought I would see how
many of the 200 odd trees that are included in linux-next are actually
currently inaccessible.  The list below (of 63 trees) is a couple of days
out of date.  These are the trees that were hosted on git.kernel.org that
have not popped up anywhere else (or, at least I have not been informed
is they have) nor been resurrected on kernel.org.

Some of these may be no longer useful (please tell me).  Some may have no
commits for v3.2.  But I bet that at leaset some do.

linux-spec
omap
pxa
blackfin
m68k
4xx
galak
sh
rmobile
tile
unicore32
xtensa
configfs
ecryptfs
ext3
fatfs
fuse
gfs2
hfsplus
jfs
logfs
nilfs2
omfs
squashfs
udf
vfs
vfs-scale
pci
i2c
jdelvare-hwmon
docs
kconfig
idle-test
powertools
cpupowerutils
dlm
swiotlb
ibft
iscsi-target
async_tx
bluetooth
cpufreq
input-mt
lsm
pcmcia
kgdb
uclinux
hdlc
drm
agp
watchdog
bdev
nommu
audit
irda
ptrace
sfi
asm-generic
drivers-x86
hwpoison
sysctl
namespace
bkl-config

-- 
Cheers,
Stephen Rothwell                    sfr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~sfr/

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