OK Ersin how can we get Chris involved with the infra team so he can just make this happen for us. Sounds like he's a confluence fanatic to me. Chris you mind just driving
this for us? I don't even think I have admin rights on Confluence.
BTW this would be different (regarding our permissions) if we got a solaris zone for
directory and put our own JIRA and Confluence instances up there. Is this even
something worth exploring?
For another option, I have seen other projects send the confluence update email to their commit list...
ChrisOn 7/15/07, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:You can set up a 'mail watch' in user preferences (you'll also need to setup
an outbound mail port for Confluence under Administration > Configuration >
So if you set up a user with the dev list as their email address, it should
all just work :-).
However there's already a lot of traffic on the dev list, so maybe a
separate confluence mailing list?
If you were really keen, you could actually make that mailing list a part of
confluence as well, using the Confluence Space-based Mail list feature :-).
> Hi all,
> Lots of new pages are being added to confluence. I just missed a new page
> that Emmanuel had added a while
> back on the work he did to improve the partition lookup mechanism. If I
> this available or new that it existed
> I might have understood the code a bit better while trying to refactor it.
> Anyways these kinds of problems may be avoided if we can make confluence
> send notifications to one of our
> mailing lists. Perhaps a new ML is needed but I would be content on
> these notifications directly to the
> dev list.
> Shall we enable this and if so does anyone know how we can do this?
Dr Christopher Betts
Wer mit Ungeheuern kampft, mag zusehn,
dass er nicht dabei zum Ungeheuer wird.
(Who fights Monsters must beware,
lest in doing so they become one)