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Re: kidnapped into a thread [was: Re: project_status.html]

From: 'Roman Neuhauser' <neuhauser_at_bellavista.cz>
Date: 2003-07-07 21:00:19 CEST

# kfogel@collab.net / 2003-07-07 12:44:50 -0500:
> "'Roman Neuhauser'" <neuhauser@bellavista.cz> writes:
> > Guys, I don't want to be a PITA, but this is really annoying.
> >
> > What else (besides setting appropriate MFT and expressing my
> > preference in my .sig) can I do to prevent what has so far happened
> > every time I post on the svn dev@ list: I'm forced to weed through
> > mail I didn't want, and that's completely unrelated to me.
> Huh? Sorry, I don't understand what phenomenon you're describing.
> Uh, try describing it in detail & non-metaphorically?


    I posted to question. Headers of that message included

    Mail-Followup-To: svn <dev@subversion.tigris.org>

    This header hasn't taken off beyond being an IETF proposal
    but is honored, and set, by MUAs such as mutt or gnus.

    I'm not particularly interested in discussing the procedures that
    should precede a Subversion release, yet the posts end up in my
    inbox, and that's what I object. I might have mutt send
    Reply-To: dev@subversion.tigris.org in my (very infrequent) posts to
    the list, but that would make it hard for anyone wanting to send me
    a truly private reply.

    Anyway, I'll just shut up, and eventually just mangle the Reply-To

    BTW, thanks for the software, it rocks.

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