net-tools: How to get Red Hat's patches into upstream ?

Mike Frysinger vapier at
Fri Nov 25 21:27:24 UTC 2011

On Friday 25 November 2011 15:50:25 Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> Am 25.11.2011 21:16, schrieb Mike Frysinger:
> > could we setup a mailing list for people to subscribe to ? and another
> > for sending commit messages to ?
> Yes, we had the commit ML before. Does sourceforge support this (with
> GIT?) . The second list would be a maintainers address?

i was thinking one list for development so people could quickly post patches 
with `git send-email`.  the 2nd would be a list where commits would get posted 
(and anyone could subscribe/respond).  although, we aren't terribly active 
anymore (since iproute2 exists), so maybe we could squash the two into a 
single list.

sf git does support e-mail hooks:

when it says "hook directory", i'm pretty sure it's talking about the hooks 
dir on the server and not your local repo.  that repo can be accessed by the 
sf shell service.
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