On Sat, Feb 15, 2003 at 12:17:23AM +0100, Guillaume Cottenceau wrote:
> There's a cron job run every 20 minutes that flushes the mails.
> Warly told that it could be made faster if necessary (when I
> asked him), I thought to myself, and then I concluded that it was
> not really necessary to have a quicker response on the bugzilla
> database itself (what interests me is the time taken by this
> operation on my side - which is null). Maybe if you have good
> arguments he may change that value :).

The mail interface works nicely if people read cooker.  But if I close a
bug and it doesn't get picked up and someone is viewing via they may
duplicate what I just did.  Not a huge deal.  But I would be more
inclined to use the mail interface if it had a shorter lead time...  But
I'm not complaining about the speed of the web interface either.  So it
really makes no difference to me.


"America does not go abroad in search of monsters to destroy. She is
the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the
champion only of her own." -- John Quincy Adams, July 4th, 1821

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