[PATCH 0/3] Documentation: Email client improvements

From: Eddie Kovsky
Date: Fri Nov 06 2015 - 01:20:26 EST

A recent mailing list discussion about developer tools extended over
to Google+.


Several members of the kernel community felt that improving the email
client documentation would make it easier for new developers to get
started submitting patches.

This series introduces three updates to help new contributors get
Mutt working as quickly as possible.

* Clarify that Gmail is acceptable for sending patches, as long as it
is used without the web interface.

* Add instructions for sending files directly from Mutt without use of a
specific editor.

* Add a minimal Mutt configuration to use Gmail's IMAP servers to send
text email.

I tested this configuration using a mockup local user and my own Gmail



Eddie Kovsky (3):
Clarify use of Gmail for emailing patches
Add note on sending files directly with Mutt
Add minimal Mutt config for using Gmail

Documentation/email-clients.txt | 39 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
1 file changed, 38 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)


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