What to do about the xemacs-cvs mailing list?
matsl at xemacs.org
Mon Jan 9 01:51:26 EST 2012
>>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
> Does it really make sense to send those commit notices to patches,
> given that they're basically useless for review (they don't contain
> a patch)?
The http-link takes you to a webpage on bitbucket that contains the
patch, sort of. Personally I don't think they create to much volume so
I think they can stay in xemacs-patches.
> You could redirect those to xemacs-cvs.
Reusing that list seems a bad idea. Better not to mention CVS at all.
> If you think such a write-only list would be a good idea to reduce
> noise on xemacs-patches, but would prefer a name like
> xemacs-commits, I can create a new list.
That name is better.
Please Note that I use the commit-mails to trigger the buildbot. I can
of course use any list that is subscribeable for that. Even a
hardcoded mail would work of course.
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