Re: Bug#886450: tracker.debian.org: Separate subscription for official and non-official architectures builds
On Sat, 06 Jan 2018, Mike Hommey wrote:
> I like to subscribe to the `build` keyword for some of my packages,
> essentially to get notifications of build failures. The sad result is
> that because some buildds are dumb, I'm being spammed by them trying
> and failing to build over and over. Which would be kind of okay if those
> were builds for official architectures supported by debian, but they
> So I would very much be interested by a separation between build for
> official architectures and build for unofficial architectures.
Thanks for the report, but I doubt that this will be implemented
in tracker.debian.org anytime soon. I would suggest that the buildd should
add headers so that people with very specific requirements can filter out
some mails with procmail or similar.
I'm putting firstname.lastname@example.org in copy to hear their thoughts
about this. Do you think it's possible to add headers like:
> PS: In case you're interested: see all the Maybe-Failed on this page:
> I received a mail for every single one of them. And they are mostly failed
> because of disk space...
Maybe the behaviour of the mail notification could also be rate-limited to
one per day per version per arch...
Raphaël Hertzog ◈ Debian Developer
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