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Re: Selectively track ELPA package issues submitted to bug-gnu-emacs?

From: Paul W. Rankin
Subject: Re: Selectively track ELPA package issues submitted to bug-gnu-emacs?
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:05:47 +1000
User-agent: mu4e 1.2.0; emacs 26.2

Can some effort be put towards changing this for those who have donated their work to FSF? Transitioning packages from MELPA to GNU ELPA is currently an imbalanced value proposition. Moreover, improving the situation would be a tide that lifts all boats.

I see that Savannah already has "items" and apparently a way to assign these, so that could be a good option.

I'd previously been subscribed with email filters as suggested, but this isn't an (easy) option with the current email.

p.s. I know people on this list love starting debates; this is not an invitation for a debate, only an account of my experience. Thanks.

On Tue, Aug 20 2019, Noam Postavsky wrote:

On Mon, 19 Aug 2019 at 01:45, Paul W. Rankin <address@hidden> wrote:

It doesn't appear that a magical connection exists between Emacs'
debbugs and Savannah, so what is the best way to track bugs submitted to bug-gnu-emacs against specific ELPA packages without needing to receive
the entire list?

Or does this happen automatically given I am listed as the
author/maintainer of said packages?

No, I don't think there is a good way to do that right now, short of
subscribing to the list and setting up email filters yourself.

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