On 16:20 Fri 05 Nov , Mario Torre wrote:
> Il giorno ven, 05/11/2010 alle 14.06 +0000, Dr Andrew John Hughes ha
> > On 12:55 Fri 05 Nov , Stanislav Ochotnicky wrote:
> > > If you read Java SIG's latest meeting summary you know we decided to use
> > > this mailing list for commit messages addressed to java-sig pseudo-user.
> > >
> > > Pseudo-user has been created and mailing list has been set-up to allow
> > > commit messages from monitored packages (thanks to tibbs and mjw)
> > >
> > > This means there will be quite a lot of messages incoming but they
> > > should be easy to filter with your mail client. If you want java-sig to
> > > monitor and check your commits you can add java-sig pseudo user to CC
> > > for your package. For old packages follow . For new packages that you
> > > want to have monitored just add java-sig to CC when asking for SCM.
> > > This is not mandatory (at least for now), but still encouraged :-)
> > >
> > > One thing to note: email of java-sig is this mailing list
> > > (firstname.lastname@example.org) but emails will be comming as if from comitter's
> > > email address as present in FAS. Currently ML is set-up to allow
> > > messages from @fedoraproject.org mail addresses. It will reject commit
> > > messages from other email addresses. If you use different mail for
> > > java-devel ML and for FAS then let me know off-list and I'll add
> > > exception for your email (I just don't feel like checking manually or
> > > scripting this right now).
> > >
> > Why can't these commit messages be sent to a new mailing list rather than
> > flooding this one?
> I second that, I like this follow his list and some times problem here
> arise that are of more general interest, but I would really like to not
> have floods of commit messages (I know I can filter them, but at times
> people reply to commit messages, things can become quite messy).
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So today I've had to delete about ten such e-mails on this list. Not only
is this a waste of time, but the e-mails appear as bug reports in many cases
and so get confused with real bug reports that I actually care about.
Please move these automated messages to a separate list.
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