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debbugs and (was: slow "make clean")

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: debbugs and (was: slow "make clean")
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2011 19:01:12 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2010-08-04)

* Ralf Hemmecke wrote on Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 06:46:12PM CET:
> >We have a bug tracker.  Just write to the bug-automake list.
> >This is documented at
> >
> Oh yes, but it's not completely clear to me whether I get only an
> email for a bug that I submitted or whether I can explicitly can
> subscribed to some specific bug-thread.

First off, you do not need to be subscribed to bug-automake in order to
post there.  We have a habit of Cc:ing the author (and rest of people
already in Cc:) when replying, so non-subscribers can follow the
discussion.  We don't always get this completely right, and people
replying via web interfaces a la gmane can't easily follow this, but
usually it works OK.

I glanced over the debbugs documentation at now, but
couldn't find a place that said something about subscribing to
individual bugs.  Glen, do you happen to know more about this?

> ...similar to what for example the roundup-tracker can do. The
> python people use it. The "Nosy list" is what I am referring to.
> I think I would get too many (to me irrelevant) mails if I subscribe
> to the bug-automake mailing list.

Sure.  It's not too high traffic though.


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