Let me look into it ... I can't see it set anywhere, but will get it fixed
On Fri, 1 Jul 2005, Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
>> Devrim GUNDUZ wrote:
>>> I think this has been discussed before. The default is that the
>>> commit e-mails are sent to this list. However each project may change
>>> this behaviour by adding some files to CVS repo. We did it in
>>> pgsqlrpms project.
>> But there was supposed to be some way to filter them, which apparently
>> doesn't work consistently.
> Yes. I thought all pgfoundry commit messages were going to be tagged
> with a special header line, along the lines of "X-Pgfoundry: project",
> so that you could drop 'em all or alternatively filter by project.
> The rather large number of pgestraier mailings that showed up today
> haven't got any such label.
> If the labeling depends on the knowledge and cooperation of the
> individual project leaders it will not work --- it has to be done
> If nothing is done I'm probably personally going to start filtering
> against "From: anyone(at)pgfoundry(dot)org" which would be unfortunate,
> since it'd likely catch non-commit messages too.
> regards, tom lane
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