I’m reading several linux-kernel related mailing lists. They are full of proposed patches. And from time to time a few of them look interesting. So I wanted to have an easy (and fast) solution of exporting those patches: with a keystroke, and without the need of specifying patch names. Format of a patch email If you ever contributed a patch to Linux, you’d know that your patch must follow some formatting rules, or it might be ignored.
Here I define my own hello screen for notmuch. However, I didn’t like it’s original “hello” screen not that much. So I wrote something to replace it.
Now that I switched from Emacs’
GNUS to Emacs’
notmuch, I needed a
method to automatically “discard” uninteresting mails. In some Linux
mailing lists a huge amount of mails are about topics that I don’t
care. So I a little shell script
bin/pollmail.sh that polls
the mails and efficiently marks uninteresting stuff as read.
In this blog post I describe how I configured
mbsync 1.3.0 and
notmuch 0.22 so that they get my mail out of GMail’s IMAP service.