Re: SPAM mails marking bugs as done?
Daniel Lutz <email@example.com> wrote:
> I received the mail included below from the BTS. A mail
> sent to <firstname.lastname@example.org> marked bug #89286 as
> done. But the appropriate mail itself seems to be SPAM!
> I assume that the mail address <email@example.com>
> is included in the appropriate company's spamming list.
> Is this possible? Can really anyone mark a bug as done?
> Shouldn't this be restricted to developers only?
At least the submitter should be able, too, additionally not only
Debian developers are package-maintainers.
Imvho this issue (spam accidentally closes or marks as forwarded)
would be solved if it was simply required that all messages to control
xxx-done or xxx-forward had to either start with some magic line
(similar to submit which requires "Package: foo") or include some
X-Header. (Not all MUAs allow adding arbitrary headers.)
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