On 01/19/2012 12:59 PM, Alex Shulgin wrote:
> Greg Smith<greg(at)2ndQuadrant(dot)com> writes:
>> One unicorn I would like to have here would give the CF app a database
>> of recent e-mails to pgsql-hackers. I login to the CF app, click on
>> "Add recent submission", and anything matching my e-mail address
>> appears with a checkbox next to it. Click on the patch submissions,
>> and then something like you described would happen. That would save
>> me the annoying work around looking up message IDs so much.
> Another idea: introduce some simple tag system in mails sent to -hackers
> to be treated specially, e.g:
> @fest add-to-current
> to add new patch to the commit fest currently in progress, or
> @fest add-to-next
> to add it to the next scheduled fest.
> Attribute your mail with
> @fest comment COMMENT TEXT
> @fest comment<<EOF
> to add a (long) comment, ditto for "patch" and "review".
> How does that sound?
Like a recipe for something that requires constant fixups, to be honest.
Seriously, adding something to the CF isn't *that* hard. I like Greg's
idea of a list of recent emails that you could choose from.
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