Am 25.07.2013 13:45, schrieb Jouke Witteveen:
However, people seem much more enthusiastic about contributing on GitHub than about sending patches to this list. Therefore I decided not to take down the GitHub repo for the time being. What is the best way to deal with this? 1: Remove the GitHub mirror anyway. 2: Announce GitHub pull requests on this list 3: Publish GitHub pull requests as patches for review on this list.
 Additionally, netctl is completely distribution agnostic. Although this is in no way a contradiction with hosting netctl as an Arch Project (something I value very much), it is sometimes claimed that netctl is Arch-only.
I have no solution for this. You could however simply pull to a local branch and use git send-email to push the patches to the list yourself.
That said, I'd much rather encourage people to post their messages here - they can subscribe to this list easily without receiving any messages from it.