Stefan Beller <> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 1:20 AM, Johannes Schindelin
> <> wrote:
> > Yet another option would be to have a tool that integrates with the Git
> > repository of the Git mailing list represented by public-inbox.
> So my first reaction to that would be: you could push you patches to
> that public inbox and it is translated to emails sent on your behalf.
> Which is reinventing submitGit just in a more accessible language?

Maybe could open its submission (587) port like
Debian does.   Unfortunately, this hurts the ability to Cc:
folks directly and makes vger even more of an SPOF
(I guess submitGit also has this problem)

Fwiw, I have a public-inbox for my miscellaneous patch barf at -

I will throw up my untested/half-tested patches for various
projects so I can still access it across various NATs and

Using Tor for send-email often works (depending on which
blacklists the exit node is on), but is totally optional
(you'd expose your IP).

==> ~/bin/spew <==
exec torsocks git send-email \ \
        --smtp-debug=1 \
        --smtp-server-port=submission \ \
        --to ${} \
        --suppress-cc=all \

All: Feel free to use it for any Free Software projects, too;
or better yet, host your own :)
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