Steven Levine | 1 Oct 20:41 2007
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Supply To address in uniaud ticket emails?

Hi Adrian,

If possible, could you configure the uniaud and acpi-dev ticket e-mails to
supply a non-blank To: address?

Also, do you have any idea when you might have time to set up the fm2-user
and fm2-dev mailing lists?

Thanks,

Steven

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Adrian Gschwend | 1 Oct 21:12 2007
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Re: Supply To address in uniaud ticket emails?

Steven Levine wrote:

Hi Steven,

> If possible, could you configure the uniaud and acpi-dev ticket
> e-mails to supply a non-blank To: address?

I don't really understand what you mean. If I do a reply in acpi-dev it 
goes to the list as it should. Do you mean the fact that there is no 
"To:" at all for those mails? I don't think I can change that, it's TRAC 
who is sending it, will have a look at it however. Reply-To is in the 
header.

> Also, do you have any idea when you might have time to set up the
> fm2-user and fm2-dev mailing lists?

sorry completely forgot, did that now!

The lists are both done and I sent out a request to subscribe them to 
gmane.org as well.

cu

Adrian

Steven Levine | 2 Oct 23:41 2007
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Re: Supply To address in uniaud ticket emails?

In <470146B0.1010007 <at> netlabs.org>, on 10/01/07
   at 09:12 PM, Adrian Gschwend <ktk <at> netlabs.org> said:

Hi,

>Do you mean the fact that there is no 
>"To:" at all for those mails?

Yes, that's the omitted To:

>I don't think I can change that, it's TRAC 
>who is sending it, will have a look at it however. Reply-To is in the 
>header.

Yes, there's not problem with the structure.  Now and then, I just find it
handy to be able to sort on the To: field.

>sorry completely forgot, did that now!

>The lists are both done and I sent out a request to subscribe them to 
>gmane.org as well.

Thanks.  I'll let everyone know.

Steven

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David Graser | 3 Oct 22:58 2007
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Re: Supply To address in uniaud ticket emails?

Adrian Gschwend wrote:
> Steven Levine wrote:
> 
> Hi Steven,
> 
>> If possible, could you configure the uniaud and acpi-dev ticket
>> e-mails to supply a non-blank To: address?
> 
> I don't really understand what you mean. If I do a reply in acpi-dev it 
> goes to the list as it should. Do you mean the fact that there is no 
> "To:" at all for those mails? I don't think I can change that, it's TRAC 
> who is sending it, will have a look at it however. Reply-To is in the 
> header.
> 
>> Also, do you have any idea when you might have time to set up the
>> fm2-user and fm2-dev mailing lists?
> 
> sorry completely forgot, did that now!
> 
> The lists are both done and I sent out a request to subscribe them to 
> gmane.org as well.
> 
> cu
> 
> Adrian
> 

Hi Adrian

I just did a search on gmane.org and cannot find either of the mailing 
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Adrian Gschwend | 3 Oct 22:19 2007
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Re: Re: Supply To address in uniaud ticket emails?


David Graser wrote:

> I just did a search on gmane.org and cannot find either of the mailing
> lists.

yes because they are not subscribed yet (waiting for confirmation) and
they won't show up before there are messages posted. That's how
gmane.org works, can't do much about that

cu

Adrian

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Paul Ratcliffe | 6 Oct 23:37 2007
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Re: Reporting bugs via TRAC

Andreas Schnellbacher <Andreas.Schnellbacher <at> web.de> writes:

> > the current setting for the TRAC system is that you have to be
> > logged in to report a bug.

I looked at TRAC one, despised it and moved on. That and the fact that it is
impossible for anyone to register and use it means it ain't worth the bother.

> Yes, I like xTracker much more than Trac, but that's another point.

Me too. Xtracker is just so easy to use. Be nice if Ulrich could put a bit
more time into it though :-)

> I hope, Paul keeps Ulrich's great xTracker as long as possible, even
> when he changes to SVN.

If you mean me, then I won't be using Trac ever. I don't see myself changing
to SVN either.

> > IMO this is highly counterproductive. Most normal users will just
> > stop if they encounter such obstacles.

Exactly. Most things are difficult enough already. Why make them even
harder?

Adrian Gschwend | 7 Oct 12:51 2007
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Re: Re: Reporting bugs via TRAC

Paul Ratcliffe wrote:

> I looked at TRAC one, despised it and moved on. That and the fact that it is
> impossible for anyone to register and use it means it ain't worth the bother.

ok I know that some of you guys do not care about TRAC but fact is that 
some developers actually love it, Knut for example. And, TRAC simply 
delegates authentication to the browser, which makes sense. Beside this 
there are plugins at trac-hacks.org for registering but because I want 
SSO with LDAP I didn't bother to install that.

> If you mean me, then I won't be using Trac ever. I don't see myself changing
> to SVN either.

While I can live with your TRAC point I will never get the SVN one. CVS 
is a PITA, period. I was administering both CVS and SVN at the 
University and users have way less troubles with SVN.

cu

Adrian

Brendan Oakley | 7 Oct 18:44 2007
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Uniaud FTP file move request

Hi Adrian,

At your convenience, could you please move
/incoming/uniaud/UniInfo.zip to /pub/uniaud, and create a directory
/pub/uniaud/experimental, and move
/incoming/uniaud/Uni32ReSync-0.9.5.zip to it? If there is anything
else in /incoming/uniaud it can be deleted.

Thanks.
Brendan

Andreas Schnellbacher | 7 Oct 19:22 2007
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Re: Reporting bugs via TRAC

On 07.10.07 12:51, Adrian Gschwend wrote:

> While I can live with your TRAC point I will never get the SVN one.

That's why I differed between them.

> CVS is a PITA, period.

Exactly. I learned that even with my small project. I would be happy,
if we'll find the time to change.

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Andreas Schnellbacher | 7 Oct 21:09 2007
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Re: Reporting bugs via TRAC

On 27.09.07 22:33, Andreas Schnellbacher wrote:

> Yes, I've just tested that with NewView, to whose tracker I've
> already added some (what's it called in Trac? - probably) tracks.
>
> Indeed, I don't remember anymore how to log in. SeaMonkey didn't
> save a password for me, so I'm lost (or maybe have to read the
> help--that's what I can remember).

Details:

I've just added a note to it with the guest account. I can't post with
my real name, like I did at 12/2006.

That's ok, so far.

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