linux.dev mailboxes for kernel work
Linux development depends on the ability to send and receive emails. Unfortunately, it is common for corporate gateways to post-process both outgoing and incoming messages with the purposes of adding lengthy legal disclaimers or performing anti-phishing link quarantines, both of which interferes with regular patch flow.
While it is possible to configure free options like GMail to work well with sending and receiving patches, Google services may not be available in all geographical locales — or there may be other reasons why someone may prefer not to have a gmail.com address.
For this reason, we have partnered with Migadu to provide a mail hosting service under the linux.dev domain. If you're a Linux subsystem maintainer or reviewer and you need a mailbox to do your work, we should be able to help you out.
We hope to expand the service to include other kernel developers in the near future.
Please see our service documentation page for full details.