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Date:	Mon, 09 Sep 2013 16:56:38 -0400
From:	Konstantin Ryabitsev <>
To:	Steven Rostedt <>
CC:	Ben Hutchings <>,,,,
	Hauke Mehrtens <>,
	Randy Dunlap <>,
	"John W. Linville" <>
Subject: Re: [16/85] b43: ensue that BCMA is "y" when B43 is "y"

On 09/09/13 02:46 PM, Steven Rostedt wrote:
> Initially, LKML would be archived on, but that never
> happened and doesn't seem it will after the whole security breach
> incident.

I believe we're hoping vger will eventually start doing it on its own. :)

We do archive some of it as part of patchwork, but only actual patches.

> But if is a better link to forward to, then perhaps
> Konstantin could update it.

If it's the general community opinion, I can easily change that. The
trouble is, "sucks less (most of the time)" is a subjective opinion that
may not necessarily be shared by others. :) I have to be very careful
changing such tools, as someone's workflow may be disrupted by the change.

Therefore, for now I leave /r/ as-is, but you can use /g/ to direct to
gmane instead of

Even further, if the message contained a patch, you can use '/p/' to
refer to it:

You can just use that instead of /g/, since if a matching patchwork
patch is not found, it'll fallback E.g., this message
does not have a patch, so no patchwork entry:

> In any case, as I would think will be around as long as
> Linux is still in use, having the link go to, and then
> could point the result to where ever it liked, is still the
> best option.

Yes, do use for this. If either or go away, we'll find some other places to redirect without
losing historical context.

Konstantin Ryabitsev
Senior Systems Administrator
Linux Foundation Collab Projects
Montréal, Québec

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