Re: Who gets an email when with bugreports [was: Re: Unauthorised activity surrounding tbb package]
On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 11:26 AM, Wookey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> +++ Paul Wise [2015-01-19 17:14 +0800]:
>> On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 5:03 PM, Tomas Pospisek wrote:
>> > I can understand your point of view and I think also the why but isn't
>> > that position the exception from the rule? That is shouldn't the process
>> > be optimized for the "common" case and allow the exception?
>> The problem is that there is no common case. The only generality I can
>> think of is that people who have been around for a long time generally
>> want the status quo and new people who are usually used to other bug
>> trackers want to be subscribed by default.
> I want to be subscribed to bugs I submit (by default). It annoys me
> that this doesn't happen and I miss replies or updates. Occaisionally
> I submit bugs I'm not actually very interested in, but that's not the
> usual case.
> Can someone remind me what the current rules are (or where it's
> written down). I know it doesn't work the way I expect it ought to, but
> I forget/never-understood exactly how it does work.
> Do maintainers always get the initial mail to a bug, but not the rest,
> unless they subscribe? That seems rather unhelpful if so (as
> illustrated by Mr Capper's frustration at the start of this thread)
Through my experience this is not the case - even the maintainer
doesn't get mail about a bug.
For example I'm listed as a maintainer of epubcheck package, but I
any email about reported bug #773366.
I've sent a mail to email@example.com asking about absence of any
notification about reported bug, but no response since 12/22/14.