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[help-debbugs] bug#5789: bug-coreutils debbugs reply message refers to b
[help-debbugs] bug#5789: bug-coreutils debbugs reply message refers to bug-gnu-emacs
Sat, 3 Apr 2010 14:59:00 -0600
Glenn Morris wrote:
> Bob Proulx wrote:
> >> The debbugs automated reply message in response to opening a new bug
> >> still refers to address@hidden
> They refer to help-debbugs at gnu.org now, which is where this bug
> report should end up going now that I have reassigned it...
> > Additionally I see that the debbugs trace messages noting bug status
> > processing also references the emacs-bug-tracker.
> >> From: GNU bug Tracking System <address@hidden>
> >> To: Bob Proulx <address@hidden>
> >> Cc: address@hidden
> >> Subject: Processed: closing bug
> (The From: address should be help-debbugs now.)
> Yes, I did try and explain that this was going to happen.
There was a lot of information and I wasn't able to process it all.
In any case the resulting behavior seemed more like "teething pains"
than anything else.
> We have patched debbugs so that there is a single control list which
I appreciate the fixes. The improvements you have put into place
definitely make things better.
> The control list is
> With hindsight, the name would be better off as being more general
> ("debbugs-tracker"), but it is a little late to change it now.
> I can easily change the "Cc:" header you quote above to have any
> content, but the actual messages themselves will still get sent to the
> emacs-bug-tracker list.
I like your current change, making it address@hidden as that
is nice and generic.
Thanks again for the improvements!
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