maybe some of you remember the time when the archive of this mailing list was
also mirrored to Gmane - providing services like web ui, nntp or raw
(unmangled) mail downloads. But the original Gmane is gone since a long time.
And the other public mirror (mail-archive.com
) is a lot more web centric and
not integrated in the kernel.org
So I spend my time between the years to fix the situation and create an
sanitized archive of all the old mails form this mailing list. This was then
submitted to the kernel.org's helpdesk for inclusion in their public-inbox 
To make a long story short: you can now find the mails also under
Some features are:
* NNTP/Atom feed support
* being able to follow threads spanning multiple (kernel) mailing lists
* handle your patch queues with b4
For example when you want to apply the new multicast patches from Linus:
$ b4 am 20221227193409.13461-1-linus.luessing(a)c0d3.blue
$ git am
Similar things can also be done to prepare the patches for submission.
* whole mailinglist archive available as git repository
At the moment, our single epoch can be mirrored using:
$ git clone --mirror https://lore.kernel.org/batman/0
# but you should use public-inbox/ or otherwise you might miss some
# archives in case it is split into multiple epochs
* Subscribe^W Pull mailing list with filters via (lore)lei
The hyperkitty mailing archives on lists.open-mesh.org
will continue to be
supported. But their archives are not perfectly suited for working with
patch(sets) - so this should be a nice addition for some people.
And I will also continue to use patchwork for keeping track of patches.
and its tooling just adds a cherry on top.