There’s been some flux recently in the git repos I maintain, also complicated by the ongoing kernel.org git issues.
I’ve now consolidated all of the SELinux-related repos into one repo, and use branches instead of separate repos. The public git URL is now:
Branches of interest:
fixes - patches which probably belong in the current Linus kernel for-2.6.20 - patches being queued for the 2.6.20 merge window for-davem - network related SELinux patches heading for a DaveM repo
Patches in first two branches are typically likely to be also found in current -mm.
This repo is also available via kernel.org:
(which is only probably of use to people with kernel.org accounts while the performance problems on the public repo system persist).
Thanks to David Woodhouse for providing the resources for this.
Thanks to some help from Sean Neakums (see comments), the branch for feeding into net-2.6.20 now works. i.e.