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Re: Choice of bug tracker

From: Corwin Brust
Subject: Re: Choice of bug tracker
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2023 11:44:42 -0500

On Fri, Sep 1, 2023 at 8:41 AM Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de> wrote:
> >>> Agree. Isn't is possible to create an automatic bouncer for
> >>> non-subscribed non-whitelisted users to notify them about moderation?
> >>
> >> That's not done because it would give the spammers the feedback that the
> >> used mail address is valid. With the likelihood to get more spam.
> >
> > Is it something that was tried and then had to be removed?
> Don't know, I'm not a debbugs moderator from the beginning.
> > I do agree that the amount of spam will likely increase, but I am not
> > sure if it will be unbearable. So, insight from moderators would be
> > useful.
> Given, that I'm almost the only moderator these days, I wouldn't like to
> check out. Remember, it isn't only Emacs bugs which go through.
> If there would be more debbugs ML moderators, it might be worth to
> try. My occasional requests to volunteer die away unheard.

I hear you.  I will help with this, if you like.  Is there a guide for
ml moderation?  I saw a page on EmacsWiki[1] but it is mostly a list
of lists.  In any event, you are welcome to contact me off list by
email or via carlc@svh.  I am volunteering mostly for async types of
tasks like this right now because coding currently goes very slowly
for me, so I think you should take on others also given more people do
step forward. (And please feel free to disregard this if you already
got enough help, etc.. :)

Warm regards,

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