Awesome. Thanks for all the efforts, and good luck with that hard drive!!
On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 19:14, Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net> wrote:
> On Apr 22, 2009, at 7:38 PM, Greg Stein wrote:
>> Oh ho... I just realized another way to parse... That sentence is only
>> talking about *recipients* ... not *senders*.
> Yes, exactly. The whole "senders vs. recipients" thing is equally as messed
> up as the whole "good email not registered with us vs. web access not even
> logged in." Next patch should be much much better.
>> Any ideas? I need to authorize an automated email address to emails to
>> Subversion's tigris mailing lists. ??
> As I say, I think we need to create a user account with that return address.
> At that point we can use the tools even in their present ... exotic ...
> I've done the following:
> - created user codesite_noreply_google
> - made it an Observer in the subversion.to project
> - confirmed that it already is subscribed to issues@
> - subscribed it to svn@
> - - trusted poster
> - - notices on home page only
> I haven't really dug into why it worked for issues@ but not for svn@;
> probably has to do with the various other settings on the lists. When I
> created an account for the email address, it "inherited" the subscription to
> issues@, so whereas you had apparently subscribed the address as an
> unregistered user, it now shows up in the registered-user subscriber list.
> Here's a list of some of the problems we've been dodging, in this thread,
> all of which are due to be fixed soon. I'm not sure whether "soon" means
> "next patch" (a week or so) or "next release" (a month or so), in all cases,
> as my primary laptop's in disc crash hell, sorry. But anyway, these are all
> in the pipeline:
> - Can't administratively subscribe unregistered users as thoroughly as
> registered users
> - Some web UI controls affect subscribers (i.e., recipients) but not
> posters (i.e., contributers), some the other way; some affect
> subscribe-by-web but not subscribe-by-email, some the other way; some affect
> post-by-web only, some post-by-email only.
> - Users actually need a role in the project to count as "registered" in the
> mess mentioned above (ISTR, maybe, this might already be fixed on Tigris,
> not sure, but that's why I did it that way this time)
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