Linux-arm development mailing list.
UCARP allows a couple of hosts to share common virtual IP addresses in order to provide automatic failover. It is a portable userland implementation of the secure and patent-free Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP, OpenBSD’s alternative to the patents-bloated VRRP).
Discussion about the development of Linux NFS.
A mailing list for coordinating ath5k development, for a first review of patches, and so on.
A mailing list for the development of Linux USB support.
The Linux Driver Project is focused on creating and maintaining OpenSource Linux kernel drivers for all types of devices.
A mailing list for Linux filesystem development.
Sparse, the semantic parser, provides a compiler frontend capable of parsing most of ANSI C as well as many GCC extensions, and a collection of sample compiler backends, including a static analyzer also called "sparse".
The OpenFabrics Alliance is currently developing a unified, open-source software stack for the two major RDMA fabric technologies -- InfiniBand and iWARP (also known as RDMA over Ethernet). OpenFabrics hosts the git repositories for the Linux InfiniBand subsystem.
Discussion surrounding the development of the MadWifi and ath5k wireless Ethernet device drivers.
Kernelnewbies are a community of people that improve or update their Kernels and of aspiring Linux kernel developers and more experienced developers willing to share their knowledge. We help each other learn how the Linux kernel works and occasionally discuss other operating system kernels.
Linux kernel-janitors discussion, going through the Linux kernel source code, doing code reviews, fixing up unmaintained code and doing other cleanups and API conversions. It is a good start to kernel hacking.
An informal project to get experienced developers to mentor new developers and coach them on the best ways to get their code ready for submission.
Git is the change-tracking tool used by the Linux kernel developers, originally written by Linus Torvalds. This mailing list is where git development happens.
A mailing list for Linux networking user questions.