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Re: Changing originator on large set of bugs ?

On Thu, Oct 05, 2000 at 10:54:02AM +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> > How difficult would it be to have all those addresses, (most of which
> > do not even still refer to a valid mailbox, so I don't get a
> > notification for those) all changed to the most current one ?
> You don't need valid mailboxes to change the submitter address. You can
> use the "reopen command of the BTS. From
> http://www.debian.org/Bugs/server-control (Debian bug tracking system):
>    reopen bugnumber [ originator-address | = | ! ]
>           Reopens #bugnumber if it is closed.

>           If you supply an originator-address the originator will be set
>           to the address you supply. If you wish to become the new
>           originator of the reopened report you can use the ! shorthand
>           or specify your own email address.
> ...
>           If the bug is not closed then reopen won't do anything, not
>           even change the originator.

IOW, write a mail to control@bugs.d.o with a lot of these:

close xyz
reopen xyz Yann Dirson <the.one@true.address>
close xyzw
reopen xyzw Yann Dirson <the.one@true.address>

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