[pkg-go] debian-go mailing list
onlyjob at debian.org
Tue Jul 10 02:03:26 BST 2018
On Tuesday, 10 July 2018 10:25:30 AM AEST Clément Hermann wrote:
> I actually agree those messages are important, and I do want them in my
> inbox. But I would like conversations to stand out, because I sometime
> miss them drowned in the notifications. Also, I almost never need to
> search the notifications after a few days, while I might go back to some
> old discussion, so the retention doesn't have to be the same.
Retention is a good point but often conversation start after some of those
automated messages. Not so easy to keep apart...
> It's much easier to setup a filter for this if it's a different mailing
> list (or in this case, one notification for the go-team on the tracker,
> and a mailing list.
With two mail lists there is a risk of ignoring some of the messages that
otherwise would come to your attention when everything team-related is in one
Arguably most of our communication happens in bug reports and they are not
segregatable from automated messages. Splitting mail lists into two will not
eliminate the need to monitor both and one of them will be low volume but not
bugs-related? I don't see the point...
Convenient sorting may be possible with headers like "X-Debian-Package" and
> Admittedly my e-mail client (thunderbird) sucks, as I can't define this
> in a single filter like <many source addresses> AND <list-id>. One of
> this days I need to setup filters on the server…
Some time ago I've started to use local IMAP mail server as a mail storage.
Regardless of what email client I might be using at a time, I can now sort
everything using unified Sieve filters. This was quite difficult to set up
You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've
tried everything else.
-- Winston Churchill
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