On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 04:59:59PM +0100, Johannes Berg wrote:
> > The advantage of pull requests is that author information can be
> > preserved more easily. Running git format-patch results in most
> > patches
> > having wrong SMTP sender information due to the assumption that the
> > patch author is the same person also submitting the patch.
> > So in practise, this would either require changing the From: (and
> > thus
> > Author) to myself or having most mails eaten by anti-spam measures
> > due
> > to non-matching SPF which prohibits my SMTP to send mail on behalf of
> > the original authors of the patches.
> This is completely untrue. If the first line of the *body* of the email
> is "From: ..." then this is preserved as the author information by git
> am, and doing so is also the default in git format-patch/send-email
> when the author doesn't match the email configuration.
Thanks for the clarification, I'll then submit the patches via