Patches should be sent to our mptcp-dev Mailing-List. You must respect the submission guidelines of the Linux Kernel. To create and send the git-patch follow this tutorial:
After having locally committed your work, you can create the patch with the following command:
git format-patch -s -1
If you want to send multiple patches (if they all handle the same feature/issue in the code):
git format-patch -s -X --cover-letter -o patches
(X == number of patches you want to take, see
man git-format-patch for further instructions)
patches/0000-cover-letter.patch you can edit the "global" message for the patch-series.
Script for an auto-review
It is also recommended to fix issues reported by
checkpatch script using this command from the source of the kernel:
./scripts/checkpatch.pl --max-line-length=100 <PATH/TO/YOUR/PATCH(ES)>
If needed, you can fix your original commits and re-generate the patch(es).
Send patch(es) for review
To then send the patch to the mailing-list, you can use "git send-email"
git send-email --email@example.com [name of the patch or directory]
See http://morefedora.blogspot.com/2009/02/configuring-git-send-email-to-use-gmail.html for information on how to configure git send-email. Or just lookup Google for "git send-email configuration".