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Re: The BTS and bug subscriptions

On 22/07/05, Pascal Hakim <pasc@redellipse.net> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> One of the oft-requested features for the BTS had been the ability to
> subscribe to bugs.
> It is now possible to subscribe and unsubscribe from individual bugs in
> the Bug Tracking System. To do so, simply send an email to
> nnn-subscribe@bugs.debian.org, or nnn-unsubscribe@bugs.debian.org, where
now, how about project-subscribe@bugs.debian.org because I have a
feeling that co-maintainers/uploaders get bug reports for a project.
> nnn is the bug number you wish to {,un}subscribe to. You will then need to
> reply to the confirmation email for the action to take effect.
> You will then receive any emails sent to the bug number, as well as
> related messages such as bug closing messages.
> This can be pretty useful to:
>         -Keep track of bugs that affect you
>         -Know when bug 400,000 gets filed
>         -Monitor your NMs
>         -Do many other things...
> Many thanks to Joachim Breitner and Don Armstrong who provided most of
> the code, Anthony Towns and Colin Watson for their advice, and everyone
> at Debconf who piped in with suggestions along the way.
> Cheers,
> Pasc
> --
> Pascal Hakim                                        +61 403 411 672
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