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Re: [fluid-dev] About the trac tickets

From: James Le Cuirot
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] About the trac tickets
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 09:39:03 +0100

On Thu, 21 Oct 2010 17:39:49 +1100
Matt Giuca <address@hidden> wrote:

> Thanks for that good clarification. I've been confused as to whether
> we were supposed to be using trac or not.
> Perhaps we can create some kind of "virtual" sf.net user, that owns
> all new
> > tickets, and has the fluid-dev list registered as his "home email"
> > so that all ticket notifications get posted to the dev list?
> > Opinions are welcome.
> >
> As someone who is casually subscribed to fluid-dev and occasionally
> reads the discussions, I wouldn't mind having the bug activity come
> through into my inbox either. If the volume got too heavy, maybe you
> could create a new mailing list called fluid-bugs, so that people can
> separately decide to subscribe to the main mailing list and the bug
> activity. But at the current activity levels, I think it would be
> perfectly fine to spam the bug activity into this list. (Also it
> would fix the problem of people posting to fluid-dev, not trac, for
> fear of having their bugs go unnoticed -- since they would all go
> through fluid-dev you could report them to the semantically-correct
> place.)
I think trac can be can configured to only send notifications for new
tickets. That way traffic would remain low but anyone who's interested
can just CC themselves to the ticket.


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