Stephen is known for a great deal of verbosity.
Quick answer: xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org.
Slightly longer answer: Use M-x report-emacs-bug to submit the bug; see
description below how to do it.
"Stephen J. Turnbull" wrote:
>>>>> "David" == David A Cobb <superbiskit(a)home.com>
David> Since I have recently seen references to all of the following
David> * crashes(a)xemacs.org
David> * xemacsbugs(a)xemacs.org
David> * xemacs(a)xemacs.org
David> * xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org
David> Which is the destination for auto-generated bug reports
For the moment xemacsbugs is archival storage. We eventually get
around to reading them, but nobody is tracking those on a daily basis.
crashes is ancient usage (and was intended to be for actual crashes,
not for general bugs); I'm about to remove references to it from the
FAQ and PROBLEMS. It's suboptimal to send to xemacs(a)xemacs.org
(currently the default for 21.4 and 21.1), but there's a pretty good
chance that someone will pick up on it there.
So the best of a bad lot is to accept the default given by M-x
report-emacs-bug. We recognize the current lack of a formal BTS is
bad, and we're working on it. This means that the appropriate address
is subject to change at any time.
So use M-x report-emacs-bug, and keep your `net-utils' package up to
date with M-x list-packages.
N.B. M-x report-emacs-bug uses the `compose-mail' interface. If you
use an Emacs-based MUA, you can probably use that one by Customizing
`mail-user-agent'. Available user agents I know are
vm-user-agent (my recommendation if you normally use a non-Emacs MUA)
message-user-agent (the familiar Gnus message.el user agent)
sendmail-user-agent (the totally bland default)
mh-e-user-agent (for MH-E)
If you know of others, drop a line to me <stephen(a)xemacs.org>.
If you use an MUA not listed above, it's easy to create a compose-mail
user agent. You just need to set a few properties on a symbol. See
docs for `compose-mail', `mail-user-agent', and the source M-x
find-library RET simple RET.
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