Re: "Do not CC me"
Le Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 10:07:59AM +0100, Guillem Jover a écrit :
> In any case, I don't mind much adapting to either mailing list usage (w/
> or w/o explicit CC), but I've increasingly been finding that the no-CC
> policy is not w/o fault, being inconsistent (because you don't know
> off-hand who's subscribed, so on initial mails you might need to CC
> people directly), prone to missing the recipient (because this is not
> a usual convention, and people not subscribed might mail a list and
> expect being CCed, but doing so might incur being chastized in the name
> of the CoC!), requires being more attentive in case you need to CC when
> people request it explicitly (and the danger of being chastized for not
> doing so), and slighty annoying when people complain due to being
> accidentally CCed or not CCed at all.
And to add to the confusion, the BTS does not automatically subscribe the
contributors to a thread, and it is hard to keep track, among the recipients
known for disliking to be CCed on mailing lists, who wants to be CCed on the
BTS or not, (not to mention that one can not check if they are subscribed or
not to mailing lists that would receive the BTS email).
Debian Med packaging team,
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan