[webkit-dev] Getting CC-ed on webkit.org/new-inspector-bug

Darin Fisher darin at chromium.org
Wed Feb 9 09:53:03 PST 2011

You can also introduce a dummy email address, and then interested folks can
use bugzilla's email preferences to watch that email address.  This is
perhaps a more lightweight version of using a mailing list as there is no
mailing list.

It was very common to use this approach on bugzilla.mozilla.org, with each
component in the system having its own dummy email address auto-added.  This
allows developers to subscribe / unsubscribe from receiving email for
various components in the bug system.


On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 9:32 AM, Pavel Feldman <pfeldman at chromium.org> wrote:

> Hi WebKit,
> As you might know, we have a shortcut to the inspector bug entry form:
> webkit.org/new-inspector-bug. We use it all over the place, our users like
> simplicity it introduces. However, we ended up with 10 (and counting) people
> on the CC list. Fixed CC list has obvious drawbacks:
> - each time we want to add / remove a person from the template, we need to
> make explicit request
> - new guys don't get updates when old bugs change
> - old guys get updates even though they are not interested anymore.
> Can we migrate to a more flexible approach (such as introducing
> webkit-inspector at lists.webkit.org) where we would be able to subscribe /
> unsubscribe? _wms suggested that we discuss it here first.
> Thanks
> Pavel
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