Quoting Gaudenz Steinlin (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Excerpts from Otavio Salvador's message of Don Jan 06 12:32:20 +0100 2011: > > On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 04:01, Christian PERRIER <email@example.com> wrote: > > > Goal: stop having a daily mail about failed builds as....this just > > > makes everybody ignore them after a few days. > > > > We might try to have this mail reversed sorted by failure date. So the > > most recent failure will always be show at first item. > > > > Another thing we might have is a mail, for the arch, on the day of > > failure and a summary in weekly basis. > > > > Comments? > > In principle I agree to both. The problem is that this probably means > that the current scripts have to be rewritten from scratch. As I'm not > really a Perl Hacker and prefer Python. Would anybody oppose if > I'd do this in Python? I wouldn't call this a priority. The current concern is more having the builds that are supposed to happen.... Rewriting the scripts may be nice but they're doing their job, after all.
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