I'm already filtering all that stuff since I'm already getting it.  In
fact, this is why I didn't see the Github invite.

But yeah, we should not have the commit e-mails go to the dev mailing list,
since it'll just spam everyone.  It'd be good if more people would use the
list to talk about proposals, or at least link to the proposal on GitHub,
since it's not the Apache way to do stuff outside of the mailing list.

(Yeah, I'm being serious about the mailing list and the Apache way.  We
should use the dev list for discussion more.)

On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:39 AM, Steven Gill <stevengil...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey!
> How do people feel about these git commit emails being sent to dev mailing
> list. This is only happening to repos that have fully switched over to
> github (gitbox setup).
> Personally, I am already watching the repos so I get the emails. I don't
> need the emails to come to dev. I think it would be better people just
> click watch on repos they want emails from, setup mail filters and go from
> there. No need for commit emails to be sent to dev.
> I could just as easily update my mail filters to move the git emails being
> sent to dev into a different directory.
> Thoughts?

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