On Wed, 9 Jun 2004, Kris Jurka wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Jun 2004, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> 'k, commit messages from pgfoundry projects are now sent to -committers,
>> as previously discussed ... all existing projects have been updated for
>> this ...
>> the format of the subject above is "project - module"
> Do we really want all foundry projects commit messages coming here?
> Eventually this will be a large number of messages about projects that
> I not only don't care about, but don't even know what they are.
Then we'll re-evaluate this at that time ... we already had a good
discussions on the list about doing this to make the projects on
pgfoundry seem less "seperate" from the core, and make them more
personally, I don't want to subscribe to 101 mailing lists just so that I
can see activity ... if you only want to see pgsql-server messages, setup
a filter that drops the rest into /dev/null ... that is why there are
per-project subject headings, so that you can easily setup a filter to get
rid of (or just keep) what you want to see ...
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