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Re: [Subclipse-users] Invisible replies

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-08 17:24:22 CEST

Elliotte Harold <elharo@metalab.unc.edu> wrote on 05/08/2006 11:05:16 AM:

> I suggest that bugs should go into the issue tracker by default. Issue
> trackers are designed to track bugs. Mailing lists aren't. If the bug
> tracking system is too onerous to enable this, then perhaps it's time to

> consider a better bug tracking system. Jira's quite nice.
> However, if that's unacceptable then

It is.

> 1. The instructions on the web site should be changed so that it's
> obvious you have to subscribe to the mailing list before reporting bugs.

Wouldn't you just assume that is a given? If I get some time I will see
if the wording can be clarified. FWIW, the traffic on this list is fairly
low and the list is moderated so no SPAM comes through the list.

> 2. The mailing list should set the reply-to header such that replies go
> to the sender and not just the list.

To my knowledge, this is not within our control. Tigris.org provides the
service and controls how it runs. I do not think they provide us with any
"knobs" that control this. All of the tigris.org mailing lists seem to
work the same way.


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