On 11378 March 1977, Peter Eisentraut wrote: > I think it would be very nice to press these into some common form, such as > X-Debian: BTS > X-Debian: DAK > X-Debian: PTS > X-Debian: BTS-link > Maybe there is a quasi-standard for constructing these X- headers. While I think most of daks mails do have X-Katie or X-DAK headers I do like X-Debian: FOO and so will go and _add_ this to *all* dak mails now. Including the queue daemon. Should be merged later today. > I think that would be a great thing to have. It could be implemented as > an addition to the existing stuff, of course, to make transition easier. So lets create a new standard by doing stuff. Lets define: a. Every tool can add X-whatever headers as it sees fit. b. Every tool sending (machine generated) mail to Debian Developers should add a header of the form X-Debian: $TOOL and so clearly mark that it is an automagic generated mail by $TOOL. Every bit more information, like what script exactly did generate the mail, should be in seperate X-whatever headers. Unless someone cries I send a little mail to d-d-a about it tomorrow.  for dak that would be X-Katie and X-DAK. -- bye, Joerg Please, not the graphviz one again, I only just finished the therapy I had to start after I read it the first time. I'm sure this one was written by some sort of non-human entity. I would go for lawyers.
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