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Old 11-07-2008, 03:23 AM
"Debarshi Ray"
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

Since the Bugzilla update, I find that by default I am set to be CC'ed
to a bug which is already assigned to me. This has been like this for
quite some time now, so is this how it is meant to be?

Cheers,
Debarshi

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Old 11-07-2008, 06:14 AM
Toshio Kuratomi
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

Debarshi Ray wrote:
> Since the Bugzilla update, I find that by default I am set to be CC'ed
> to a bug which is already assigned to me. This has been like this for
> quite some time now, so is this how it is meant to be?
>
This is likely due to a requested feature for the pkgdb. It's to enable
comaintainer to more easily reassign the bug and still remain on the CC
list. Is this causing problems (like duplicate messages) or is it just
something that you noticed that was different?

-Toshio

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Old 11-07-2008, 08:11 AM
"Debarshi Ray"
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

>> Since the Bugzilla update, I find that by default I am set to be CC'ed
>> to a bug which is already assigned to me. This has been like this for
>> quite some time now, so is this how it is meant to be?

> This is likely due to a requested feature for the pkgdb. It's to enable
> comaintainer to more easily reassign the bug and still remain on the CC
> list.

I see.

> Is this causing problems (like duplicate messages) or is it just
> something that you noticed that was different?

I have not paid much attention to whether it is generating duplicate
messages or not, so I would say it is just something that I noticed
was different.

Thanks,
Debarshi

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Old 11-07-2008, 01:38 PM
Jason L Tibbitts III
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

>>>>> "DR" == Debarshi Ray <debarshi.ray@gmail.com> writes:

DR> Since the Bugzilla update, I find that by default I am set to be
DR> CC'ed to a bug which is already assigned to me. This has been like
DR> this for quite some time now, so is this how it is meant to be?

Bugzilla will by default auto-CC you on every bug you touch, but of
course there's a convenient place on the preferences page to turn
this off. Under the General Preferences tab:
Automatically add me to the CC list of bugs I change

- J<

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Old 11-07-2008, 01:55 PM
Emmanuel Seyman
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

* Debarshi Ray [07/11/2008 11:02] :
>
> >> Since the Bugzilla update, I find that by default I am set to be CC'ed
> >> to a bug which is already assigned to me. This has been like this for
> >> quite some time now, so is this how it is meant to be?

Yes. Note that this is an upstream change, not something the maintainers
of bugzilla.redhat.com did. This is so you do not stop getting mail from
a bug simply because someone assigned it to somebody other than you.

> I have not paid much attention to whether it is generating duplicate
> messages or not, so I would say it is just something that I noticed
> was different.

You'll keep getting one mail but you'll now get it for two different
reasons instead of one.

Emmanuel

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Old 11-07-2008, 03:05 PM
"Debarshi Ray"
 
Default CC'ed to my own bugs

> This is so you do not stop getting mail from
> a bug simply because someone assigned it to somebody other than you.

I see.

>> I have not paid much attention to whether it is generating duplicate
>> messages or not, so I would say it is just something that I noticed
>> was different.

> You'll keep getting one mail but you'll now get it for two different
> reasons instead of one.

That is good to know. :-)

Cheers,
Debarshi

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