On Thursday, April 04, 2013 10:10:44, Chris Knadle wrote: > On Wednesday, April 03, 2013 22:50:10, Russ Allbery wrote: ... > > > That's interesting. That sounds like an improvement in this area. If > > > you happen to know when that was implemented, I'd be interested. June > > > of last year I saw a bug closed (marked as done, without explanation) > > > where I didn't see any email sent to the BTS control@ address in the > > > bug, so I was confused as to how the bug was closed. Would emailing > > > -done do that? > > > > It was quite some time ago. Mail to -done would have been copied to you > > as the submitter, so if you didn't see any mail, something else happened, > > I assume. However, given that you didn't even see any mail to control, > > I'm not sure what happened. Whatever mail message closed the bug is > > going to be logged in the bug, whether a reply to it or a message to > > control. > > The bug in question [one one and only that I referred to the TC] where this > happened was opened by someone else, and I found it makred as Done without > any log from a mail to control or any log of it being closed. Baffling. Nevermind... someone privately and kindly pointed out that an email was sent to -done. Sorry -- my mistake on this. -- Chris -- Chris Knadle Chris.Knadle@coredump.us
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