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 ===== I don't want these! ===== ===== I don't want these! =====
  
-If you do not want to receive these notifications,​ simply add the sender address (patchwork-bot+[projectname]@kernel.org) to your block/​auto-archive filter. Please don't mark it as spam, because doing so may cause you to no longer receive email from other kernel developers.+If you do not want to receive these notifications,​ simply add the sender address (patchwork-bot+[projectname]@kernel.org or notify+[projectname]@kernel.org) to your block/​auto-archive filter. Please don't mark it as spam, because doing so may cause you to no longer receive email from other kernel developers.
  
 ===== It missed some of my patches! ===== ===== It missed some of my patches! =====
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 The bot is only able to recognize the patches that weren'​t significantly changed. If your patches were tweaked for variable naming, comments, whitespace, or other stylistic purposes, then the bot will no longer be able to make a reasonable match. The bot is only able to recognize the patches that weren'​t significantly changed. If your patches were tweaked for variable naming, comments, whitespace, or other stylistic purposes, then the bot will no longer be able to make a reasonable match.
  
-====== Opt-in notifications for Next/​Mainline ​======+===== Opt-in notifications for Next/​Mainline =====
  
 :!: This is a beta feature :!: This is a beta feature
  
-If you would like to receive ​email notifications for when the patches ​you send to the LKML are applied to Next or Mainline, you can Cc your submissions to notify@kernel.org (or add a special X-Patchwork-Bot header): +You can opt in to receive notifications for when your patches are applied to linux-next ​or mainlineFollow the instructions on the [[https://www.kernel.org/get-notifications-for-your-patches.html|feature announcement page]].
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-  * The patches must be sent to the LKML (linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org+
-  * One of the cc's must be notify@kernel.org (Bcc will not work) +
-  * Alternatively,​ there should be a "X-Patchwork-Bot: notify"​ email header +
-  * All patches ​in the series must be applied, not just some of them +
-  * The patches must not have been significantly edited by the maintainer(s). +
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-There will be a single notification per each patch series, so if you send a series of 20 patches, you will get one notification in the form of a reply to the cover letter, or to the first patch in the series. The notification will be sent directly to you, ignoring any other addresses in the Cc field.+
  
 ===== Source code ===== ===== Source code =====
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