lists.linux.dev

name description fl addresses subs
ksummit Linux Kernel Summit discussions   sub / unsub / post / archive 752
linux-coco Linux Confidential Computing Development   sub / unsub / post / archive 6
linux-staging Linux kernel staging patches   sub / unsub / post / archive 17
linux-sunxi ARM Sunxi Platform Development   sub / unsub / post / archive 8
mptcp MPTCP Linux Development   sub / unsub / post / archive 53
regressions Linux kernel regressions   sub / unsub / post / archive 2

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