On Fri, Dec 17 2021, Konstantin Ryabitsev wrote: > [...] > - on the receiving end, the patches will be written to a dedicated > lore.kernel.org feed *as-is*, but also sent to the recipients after doing > the usual From/Reply-To substitution and moving the original From into > the in-body git headers (i.e. same as GGG does). That GGG does this is one reason I haven't considered using it. It breaks all sorts of E-Mail workflow assumptions from polluting the address book for every person who uses it, to any "from:<addr>" search needing special consideration etc. Of course you'd need authentication etc, but is there a reason for why such tooling can't work more like an SMTP relay and less like GGG which (for some reason) insists on taking over the "From" header? I think in its case it's because it wanted to mirror all the discussion to GitHub. But presumably a ML-native tool won't have that problem (and presumably GGG could do the same mirroring by following the ML after submission).