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Re: [Pan-devel] headers (Re: My list of present problems with Pan.)

From: SciFi
Subject: Re: [Pan-devel] headers (Re: My list of present problems with Pan.)
Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 16:33:05 +0000 (UTC)
User-agent: Pan/0.135 (Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea; GIT d8bfcda (; x86_64-apple-darwin10.8.0; gcc-4.2.1 (build 5666 (dot 3)); 32-bit mode)


On Thu, 20 Oct 2011 17:40:13 +0200, Petr Kovar wrote:
> […]
> […]

In case someone doesn't realize:
It was _me_ who first started that report
and provided the original patch.  B-D
(De-obfuscate the Gmane scrambling in this
message, and compare.)

And later on in that report, it seemed I
noted a particular bug inside Bugzilla
itself -- I was the one who raised the
NEEDINFO status but was red-flagged when
I went to change its status.
My query went unanswered for quite a while,
and then the report got closed for
mis-understood reasons etc.

[BTW that era of my personal life has been
 wrought with many "snafus" including the
 "loss" of the equipment I owned etc. on top
 of the fruity company already starting to
 migrate to another totally different
 platform which is the start of my
 disdainment with them (and continuing).
 But I digress with that…]

I'm striving to follow the judgefudge repo.
Github has a messaging system, but it is
known to "alter" the text-format sometimes
at the detriment of the author(s) involved.
Github also has no bug-reporting system
that I can find.
These are the prime reasons for me to start
posting things to the Pan mailing-lists
(as appropriate) -- also to instigate
discussion across the user-base in a
better manner -- plus the (automatic)
archiving of these messages.  I don't
see/know-of any better way to get
involved with this kind of development
i.e. stuff that needs lots of testing,
changes, discussions, etc.,
well-before it lands in the official repo.

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