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Re: use Savannah more aggresisvely

From: Yoshinori K. Okuji
Subject: Re: use Savannah more aggresisvely
Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 03:23:53 +0900
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At 28 May 2002 18:37:33 -0400,
Jeremy Katz wrote:
> > The attached file isn't included in the mail. I think this is true in
> > the Patch Manager as well.
> Unfortunate, but a common failing of such systems (bugzilla has the same
> problem)

I talked about that issue with the BTS maintainer Laurent Julliard. He
has done an enhancement, that is to say, a notification will include a
URL pointing to an attachment, but he wants to consider more about
including an attachment in a notification. See
for more details.

> True, but most patches for grub don't tend to be that large, so are
> generally handled by either inlining them into the message or attaching
> them.  Most mail clients have no problem making the patch easy to read
> over in either fashion and reply with comments inlined in the patch.  At
> least none of the many that I've used or experimented with have had
> difficulty with this.

I meant by "the effort" the effort to extract a patch from a message
and submit it to the BTS. One of the reasons why I'd like to use the
BTS is that I sometimes pass over important messages unfortunately, so
I have no confidence to do that manually. It would be helpful for me
that every patch is stored in a database automatically.


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