On 11/5/21 10:07 AM, Konstantin Ryabitsev wrote:
For this reason, actual Linux development tends to happen on separate mailing lists dedicated to each particular subsystem. In turn, this has several negative side-effects: 1. Developers working across multiple subsystems end up needing to subscribe to many different mailing lists in order to stay aware of what is happening in each area of the kernel. 2. Contributors submitting patches find it increasingly difficult to know where to send their work, especially if their patches touch many different subsystems.
3. Users send email problem reports to LKML they are completely ignored. (They don't know better or they think that the big pipe must be useful for something or whatever....) -- ~Randy