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From Lefty Leverenz <>
Subject Re: Propose to put JIRA traffic on separate hive list
Date Tue, 18 Nov 2014 08:49:40 GMT

Would it be possible to send commits to the dev list, as well as creates?
Or maybe all changes to the Resolution or Status?

-- Lefty

On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 2:27 PM, Alan Gates <> wrote:

> The hive dev list generates a lot of traffic.  The average for October was
> 192 messages per day.  As a result no one sends hive dev directly to their
> inbox.  They either unsubscribe or they build filters that ship most or all
> of it to a folder.  Chasing people off the dev list is obviously not what
> we want.  Sending messages to folders means missing messages or not seeing
> them until you get unbusy enough to go read back mail in folders.
> The vast majority of this traffic is comments on JIRA tickets.  The way
> I've seen other very active Apache projects manage this is JIRA creates go
> to the dev list, but all other JIRA operations go to a separate list.  Then
> everyone can see new tickets, and if they are interested they can watch
> that JIRA.  If not, they are not burdened with the email from it.
> I propose we do this same thing in Hive.
> Alan.
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