On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 11:28 AM, Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> wrote:
>>> Could this perhaps be made clearer on the page, perhaps with an example?
>>> It confused me recently too.
>>> Can you suggest something more specific?
>>> Well, it could say something like:
>>> The Message-ID can be found in the headers of the relevant email to the
>>> pgsql-hackers mailing list, and also in the mailing list archives at
>>> http://archives.postgresql.org. It looks something like this (the format
>>> varies somewhat depending on the sender's Mail User Agent):
>>> That would certainly have given me, and I suspect Gurjeet, enough clue.
>> Where on the page would you suggest that we put that text?
> Following "Enter your comments below. If you wish your comment to reference
> a message from the mailing list archives, enter the message ID into the
> space provided."
> Another way to handle this might be to extract it from an http URL if given
I'm going to leave this idea for another day, thought it's not a bad
one if someone feels motivated to write the code.
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