On Wed, Dec 11, 2002 at 11:10:18AM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 11, 2002 at 10:49:03AM +1100, Brian May wrote:
> > - when new package is accepted it will inform uploader and package
> > maintainer; the maintainer might confuse this E-Mail as an
> > unauthorised upload to the Debian archive. I am not sure what the best
> > solution is here.
> I thought I fixed this by altering all the template files, but
> apparently some notifications still got through to the some puzzled
> package maintainers :-(.
> So if you got a notification from me that your package was installed, I
> Now I wonder if this was lisa, kelly or jennifer's fault.
I consider this a really ugly hack:
if Cnf.get("Dinstall::TrackingServer") and changes["architecture"].has_key("source"):
Subst["__ANNOUNCE_LIST_ADDRESS__"] = Subst["__ANNOUNCE_LIST_ADDRESS__"] + "\nBcc: %s@%s" % (changes["source"], Cnf["Dinstall::TrackingServer"]);
I thought __ANNOUNCE_LIST_ADDRESS__ would expand only to the
address of the configured mailing list, but it also expands to include
the tracking server too.
I am guessing that the maintainer got my message via the tracking
server (I hope this didn't mess anything up...).
So add to my previous list: remove the Dinstall::TrackingServer config
setting from katie.conf!
I think that will fix the problem.
Brian May <email@example.com>