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Bug#479953: marked as done (uniform field for automated package maintenance email messages)

Your message dated Mon, 12 May 2008 22:27:03 +0200
with message-id <873aonxo88.fsf@vorlon.ganneff.de>
and subject line Re: Mail headers for automated package maintenance emails
has caused the Debian Bug report #479953,
regarding uniform field for automated package maintenance email messages
to be marked as done.

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Package: general
Severity: wishlist

With all the (helpful) email that a package maintainer gets nowadays, BTS, 
PTS, Dak, DDPOMail robot, BTS link, etc., it becomes ever weirder to just 
filter them into appropriate mail folders.  To illustrate that, here are 
procmail rules that I have assembled over time:

* ^X-Debian-PR-Message:
* ^X-Katie:
* ^X-PTS-
* ^From:.*(installer|katie|dak)@((ftp-master|spohr)\.debian\.org|backports\.org)
* ^From: DDPOMail robot <lucas-ddpomail@debian\.org>
* ^X-BTS-Link:

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

or alternatively

X-Debian-BTS: $moreinfo
X-Debian-DAK: $moreinfo

Maybe there is a quasi-standard for constructing these X- headers.


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On 11383 March 1977, Peter S. Galbraith wrote:
>>      X-Debian: $TOOL
>>      X-Debian-Package: $PACKAGE
> It's probably too late, but wouldn't have been better to use the
> following instead?
>  X-Debian-Tool: $TOOL
>  X-Debian-Package: $PACKAGE

The -Tool is pretty redundant.

(And also closing this bug as its implemented)

bye, Joerg
I read the DUMP and agree to it.

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