Re: Are mails sent to xxxx <at> buildd.debian.org sent to /dev/null ?
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Jay Berkenbilt wrote:
>> I've sent messages to various email@example.com addresses many
>> times for various reasons, and they have all always been ignored.
> Me too, for values of ignored that include "may have resulted in some
> action, but never got a reply email".
To balance this a little bit: My range of reaction includes "immediate
response" and response after one day, and "may have resulted in some
action, but never got a reply email" is the usual response for
specific buildd addresses, "no reaction" happens rarely.
> I think that we need BTS pseudo-packages for the autobuilders.
Isn't this trying to solve a social problem with technical means and
therefore doomed to fail? - This'd try to force people to send mails
to the bts instead of to you. (Probably with the same results.)
Something better integrated into the buildd-network than a
pseudo-package in the Debian BTS might work. The simple act of
rescheduling would close the bug.
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