Unwanted NVIDIA bug report traffic (was: Bug#879821: libgles1-glvnd-nvidia:amd64: upgrade failure to 375.82-6)

Russ Allbery rra at debian.org
Thu Oct 26 22:05:53 UTC 2017

Paddy Steed <jarktasaa at gmail.com> writes:

> Why do I keep on getting these emails, please for the love of God someone
> tell me how to unsubscribe from whatever nightmare list this is.

Hi Paddy,

I checked pkg-nvidia-devel's membership and cannot find any form of your
email address or name as a subscriber.  The message you're replying to was
a bug report, so the remaining options I can think of are:

* You've subscribed to the package tracker for this package and are
  getting bug reports that way:


* You're subscribed to the older package tracking page for this package:


  (If this is the case, the unsubscribe is at the bottom left corner.)

* You're subscribed to pkg-nvidia-devel via some other address that I was
  unable to associate with your name or address.

Unfortunately, I have no visibility into the first two (I only run the
NVIDIA development list), and I'm not sure what to look for in the last.
But if you are getting *all* NVIDIA development mail (not just the bug
reports), and you know what address might be subscribed, you can check at:


The full headers of the message you're receiving (which we can't see)
should tell you how the message is getting to you and provide some clue as
to what list your address is subscribed to.  If you can't figure out which
of these might be the case, feel free to forward the full headers to me
privately and I'll try to figure it out.

I hope this helps.

Russ Allbery (rra at debian.org)               <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>

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