Re: Missing mails from debian-dpkg-bugs?
On Tue, 04 Oct 2011, Cord Beermann wrote:
> Hallo! Du (Don Armstrong) hast geschrieben:
> > [debian-bugs-closed]
> > Passing message <handler.643968.D643968.firstname.lastname@example.org> to dist (kinda)
> > Passing message <handler.643968.D643968.email@example.com> to dist
> > [debian-dpkg]
> > Passing message <4E86E80A.firstname.lastname@example.org> to /var/list/junk/debian-dpkg/submit/fell-through-local-s00.2011-10
> > Probably something wrong with the configuration on liszt that is doing
> > that; checking with listmaster.
> For some unknown reason we have filtered all mails coming directly
> from bugs.d.o to this list since at least March 29 2010.
> I just removed this rule.
Please reinstate that, it's on purpose and it was set on our request when
we changed the maintainer to email@example.com.
Guillem reported loss of mails on firstname.lastname@example.org
which in fact is subscribed to the BTS traffic via the PTS. It's normal
that email@example.com doesn't get any bug traffic.
Looking at the logs of the PTS I see:
2011-10-01 10:16:48 4326 <= firstname.lastname@example.org for dpkg-dev <4E86E80A.email@example.com>
2011-10-01 10:16:48 4326 :: dpkg-dev bts
2011-10-01 10:16:48 4326 Completed
So basically the BTS is sending the mail to the PTS but instead of sending it
to firstname.lastname@example.org it sends it to email@example.com
and there it goes nowhere since nobody is subscribed to that non-existing
Don, can you fix this?
Raphaël Hertzog ◈ Debian Developer
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