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Re: Daily digest commit hook

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-05-31 16:25:59 CEST

Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 5/31/06, Donckels, Frederic
> <f.donckels@viveo-cognitive-systems.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I googled some time, but couldn't find anything. My users would like
>> to avoid to be drowned in commit messages. Is there an easy way to
>> have daily digests of the svn commit messages on our repository (one
>> way would be to have those messages sent to a mailing-list and the
>> users subscribed to that list with a daily digest option, but I'd
>> like an easier setup).
> Almost any mailing list software worth using will already have the
> ability to subscribe to digest versions of a given list. Just use
> that functionality instead of trying to reinvent it.
> -garrett

I've done this with mailman, which works. But since I've been thinking about
it more, I'm finding that NNTP just makes more sense. This is partly so that
people can go to the server and check the old logs, without having to keep
and organize copies in their own mail spools, partly because the messages
can be expired on a sane basis, partly because NNTP has turned out to be an
extremely robust and easily securiable service for external access, and
partly because it supports extremely large commit messages very well without
hammering a mail feed with dozens or hundreds of copies all sent out

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