About the Linux wireless mailing list
The linux-wireless was introduced in February of 2007 due to the fact that it was difficult to keep track of wireless-specific only related e-mails on netdev. We now use linux-wireless for all wireless development discussions, including to post patches. We now only post to netdev if patches or suggested changes touch generic networking code. If you are interested in sending patches please read our Submitting Patches guide.
linux-wireless online archives
If you don't want to subscribe or if you just want to refer to e-mail through a URL you have a few options, here are a few of them:
Stats and requirements of linux-wireless mailing list
This mailing list is specific to wireless development. The list address is firstname.lastname@example.org . No subscription is required for posting.
The list currently sees about a thousand emails per month.
Subscribing to linux-wireless
To subscribe, send an an e-mail to email@example.com with anything on the subject, but on the body put:
Unsubscribing from linux-wireless
To unsubscribe, send an an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with anything on the subject, but on the body put:
Additional mailing lists
Each driver may have its own specific mailing list. If you want to help hack on a driver please subscribe to that driver's respective mailing list. Additionally general Linux network development has its own mailing list, email@example.com . No subscription is required for posting to this mailing list. You can subscribe to this mailing list if you'd like to review general networking patches and work but please note that it is of considerably higher traffic than linux-wireless.
To subscribe to netdev send an an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with anything on the subject, but on the body put:
Submitting patches to linux-wireless
If you would like to submit patches to linux-wireless please read our Submitting Patches guide.