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[h-e-w] RE: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 220.127.116.11 LENNART (patched) [WAS:
[h-e-w] RE: Emacs-w32 Bug-Reports for 18.104.22.168 LENNART (patched) [WAS: 23.0.60; yanking raw-text into mini-buffer causes crash]
Fri, 3 Apr 2009 15:05:22 -0700
> From: Lennart Borgman Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 2:39 PM
> I feel a bit guilty so please forward any pejorative emails to me ;-)
> I have tried to arrange bug reporting the best way I could but maybe I
> have not been clear enough. If you are using the patched version to
> send then it will go to address@hidden (h-e-w) as you have
And I am then guilty of having suggested to the OP to send an Emacs bug report.
Is address@hidden really the best place to send such bug reports? I
wouldn't think so, but it's your call, I guess.
I'd think that bugs specifically for your builds should go to you directly
(perhaps to a separate mail address that you use just for that), and vanilla
Emacs bugs should be directed, as usual, to the Emacs bugs list.
For Icicles, for instance, there is a command to send a bug report to me
directly. It picks up the relevant system info etc., prepopulating the mail.
I don't see why bug reports should go to a help mailing list, which is typically
for asking questions (getting help). If someone thinks something is a bug, then
that's not something to be discussed as help - it's just something to report to
the person who will fix bugs.
Just one opinion.
(removing emacs-devel and bugs mailing lists from CC)