The linux-sunxi community primarly uses a googlegroups mailing list called email@example.com. This mailing list is meant for technical discussion pertaining to sunxi, and for patch review and submission. Subscription is required.
Traditionally we used firstname.lastname@example.org (Subscription required) as our mailing list for general discussions. But to not overwhelm it with sunxi (Allwinner A10, A13, ...) specifics, and to allow more technical discussions and patch reviews, a new list was created dedicated to this family of SoCs.
Work is slowly underway on setting up a mailing list server on our own server. But this is not a trivial undertaking.
As with any googlegroups mailinglist, you can use an existing google account and use the googlegroups web interface.
You can also send an empty email to email@example.com and follow the instructions to subscribe without being forced to use or have a google account.
For everyone's sanity please be sure to follow proper netiquette when posting or replying to a post.
Please follow Linux's submitting patches rules when sending code.
Configuring git for send-email
Edit .git/config and add the following, replacing the smtpserver and from entries:
[sendemail] smtpserver = smtp.server.domain to = firstname.lastname@example.org from = Your Name <email@example.com> chainreplyto = false suppressfrom = true suppresscc = self
You should then be able to just git send-email your patches.
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- Email Guide and Email Tutorials
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- arm-netbook archive on Gmane
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