+1,It’s good.
dev@ -- the development community's discussions
commits@ -- commit emails
issues@ -- all emails related to issues (GitHub/Jira)
notifications@ -- PR notifications, etc



Xin Wang
lovep...@hotmail.com<mailto:lovep...@hotmail.com>



在 2018年4月8日,下午2:40,Yong Zhu <diecui1...@gmail.com<mailto:diecui1...@gmail.com>> 
写道:

2018-04-08 14:36 GMT+08:00 Huxing Zhang 
<hux...@apache.org<mailto:hux...@apache.org>>:

+1

This breakdown looks good to me.


+1, It sounds good.



On Sun, Apr 8, 2018 at 2:25 PM, Greg Stein 
<gst...@gmail.com<mailto:gst...@gmail.com>> wrote:
Many projects choose this pattern:

dev@ -- the development community's discussions
commits@ -- commit emails
issues@ -- all emails related to issues (GitHub/Jira)
notifications@ -- PR notifications, etc

All GitHub activity is required to be delivered to an ASF mailing list.
It
is up to the (P)PMC to choose which/how. But they cannot be sent to
/dev/null. The above pattern generally provides the right breakdown for
what information people what to monitor.

Cheers,
Greg Stein
Infrastructure Administrator, ASF


On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 10:22 PM, Ian Luo 
<ian....@gmail.com<mailto:ian....@gmail.com>> wrote:

I think this can be solved by distinguishing github notifications from
regular dev@dubbo.apache.org<mailto:dev@dubbo.apache.org> traffic.  For github 
notifications,
including issue and pull request, the update message should only go to
the
interested parties who are involved in this particular topic, but @dev
should never be the audience.

I guess @dev mail list is configured in 'Settings -> Integrations &
Services -> Email' for 
github.com/apache/inclubator-dubbo*<http://github.com/apache/inclubator-dubbo*> 
projects. I
am
not sure who I should contact therefore I am here cc-ing
us...@infra.apache.org<mailto:us...@infra.apache.org>.

I suggest to remove @dev mail list from github subscription list.

Thanks,
-Ian.



On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 5:55 PM, Huxing Zhang 
<hux...@apache.org<mailto:hux...@apache.org>> wrote:

Hi,

I am +1 on split the traffic of @dev list.

The issue appears after migrating repo to ASF. I use
"label:asf-dubbo-dev -[github]" to filter out them. :(

On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 5:06 PM, Yong Zhu 
<diecui1...@gmail.com<mailto:diecui1...@gmail.com>> wrote:
I have the same feeling.

IMO, all the issue emails should be sent to 
iss...@dubbo.apache.org<mailto:iss...@dubbo.apache.org>,
all

+1. All issues and the comments should go there.

the PR emails should be sent to 
comm...@dubbo.apache.org<mailto:comm...@dubbo.apache.org>. How do you
think?

-1. commit@ are used when code are committed to repo, I don't think
PRs should go there.
Once a PR is accepted, a message will be sent to commit@

My suggestion is PRs and the comments should go to issues@, or we can
create a new list prs@.

and who can help to fix this?

And I think we should use github issues, and move all the Jira
issues to
github.

2018-04-03 16:43 GMT+08:00 Mark Thomas 
<ma...@apache.org<mailto:ma...@apache.org>>:

All,

I've been away for just over a week and come back to find over 300
unread emails on the dev list.

A large proportion of these messages are comments on pull requests?
Is
dev@ the right list for those?

Another large proportion appear to be comments on issues? Is dev@
the
right list for those?

Generally, the recommendation is to split into multiple lists based
on
audience rather than topic. For some projects it therefore makes
sense
to have all dev related traffic going to a single list. For others,
particularly large projects, it makes sense to split the dev
traffic.

The project appears to be using GitHub issues and Jira. That is
confusing. I'd recommend that you select one issue tracker and stick
to it.

There was discussion[1] on the mailing list and the community has
decided to use github issues.
My understanding is that currently JIRA is only used for GSOC ideas
and track existing issues prior to that decision.
I am +0 on migrating the existing JIRA issues to github issues.


Finally, the github issues seem to be a mix of bugs and support
questions. Is that the way the podling wants to use github issues?

People get used to ask questions by creating an issue before joining
ASF.
The PPMC are trying to tell users to use mailing list to ask questions
by leaving message on the issues, so does the website.
But I think it will take some time.


I have no view on what the 'right' answers to the above questions
are.
I'm asking them to get the podling thinking about the issues. What,
if
anything, to do about any of the above is for the podling to decide.


Mark



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