Re: BTS usertags: user email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for m68k?
Am 19.12.2017 um 07:02 schrieb Paul Wise <email@example.com>:
> I was doing some cleanup on Debian usertags and I noticed that some
> 8 bugs were associated with the non-existent debian-m68k mailing list
> while 53 other m68k related bugs were instead associated with the
> debian-68k mailing list. I then moved the 8 bugs over to debian-68k
> using the commands below and after I did that I noticed that
> Aaron M.Ucko (CCed) had filed a new m68k bug with the debian-m68k
> mailing list as the user. I contacted him and he mentioned that the
> official advice on the wiki says to use the debian-m68k list.
> The majority of folks using those tags have used debian-68k instead of
> debian-m68k, I don't think having a split between the two helps and I
> think it makes more sense to use the official list name.
> Does anyone have any opinion on standardising on debian-68k?
From my point of view, all mentions and references should point to debian-68k mailing list. The wiki page needs to be updated as well to point to the correct ML, of course.
Haven’t looked into the details, but would changing the addresses of firstname.lastname@example.org also change their mailing list archive links? Is that archive still online? If so, it would be good to have the links being kept, but the references for new replies to be changed.
Maybe Adrian can comment also as he is the most active porter.
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