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From Geir Magnusson Jr <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: jira messages redirected to commits mailing list
Date Tue, 07 Mar 2006 18:31:16 GMT

Tim Ellison wrote:
> Is there some way to teach JIRA not to send so much mail?

Stop using it as a chat room. :)

> Every state change produces mail to the world - even though it is likely
> only of interest to the reporter, assignee, and watchers.  i.e. any way
> to solve the problem rather than move it ;-)

Every change should be visible to everyone for maximum transparency, or 
so I believe.  It would be a pain in the rear if one had to explicitly 
sign up for each jira one was interested in.

That said, once the VM activity gets really honking, we'll probably need 
a second stream for those...


> Regards,
> Tim
> Leo Simons wrote:
>> Taking care of this now...
>> I will note that this makes it even more important for committers and
>> active contributors to subscribe to the commits mailing list - a lot of
>> important information is in those jira messages.
>> I will also note that it *also* makes it even more important that Jira
>> is not used for discussion - that really needs to happen here on the
>> mailing list where  everyone can track it. The ASF has had some bad
>> experience in the past with too much communication going via the issue
>> tracker; this isn't so much a guideline as it is a pretty hard
>> requirement.
>> - Leo
>> On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 08:17:45AM -0600, Archie Cobbs wrote:
>>> Mark Hindess wrote:
>>>> Geir,  There are quite a lot of JIRA messages these days, perhaps it
>>>> is time to split the JIRA traffic to a separate list with a reply-to
>>>> set to harmony-dev.  Or perhaps just have them sent to the commit
>>>> list?
>>> Yes, please... +1e6
>>> -Archie

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