In September, I wrote "So, dear glibc, will you be happy with my sending Clang patches?" in Build glibc with LLD 13. We have come to a turning point.
In Linux Plumbers Conference 2021, at the glibc Birds of a Feather session, I asked the Clang buildability question to the glibc stewards. (Interlude: I did not realize that I should attend the conference (it was a great opportunity from an outlier to meet some glibc folks). In Tuesday, Wei Wu (lazyparser) kindly gave me his account: "想去参加LPC么？我会议太多了今天参加不过来". I happily accepted it and typed the question during the glibc session.)
So I got positive responses. "Carlos: Yes, we could be happy with clang buildability." "Joseph: Patches should be split into logical changes." This is really great news! My unnesting patch had sat there for a while and I was unsure about the Clang buildability interest.