On 28/11/17 00:12, Lou Logan wrote: > On Sun, Nov 26, 2017, at 12:57 PM, Jim DeLaHunt wrote: >> I'll observe that we have already heard other opinions: >> >> * Paul: "Not at all. To be a contributor, it is not needed to >> subscribe to [ffmpeg-cvslog] list." >> * Timo: "Usually if a discussion comes up the mail from cvslog is >> replied to on [ffmpeg-devel] list, so no actual discussion happens >> on the automatic cvslog list." > > ffmpeg-cvslog should only be a log and not a place for discussion. > ffmpeg-devel should be the only mailing list where development > discussions occur. > > Discussing a commit that was not reviewed should also occur at > ffmpeg-devel. Currently there is little discussion in ffmpeg-cvslog > (excluding discussions also directed to ffmpeg-devel), and I'm not sure > how many patch authors actually read or see ffmpeg-cvslog only replies. > > Having no conversation in ffmpeg-cvslog would mean fewer pending > messages in the infiniqueue for me to regularly deal with. > > Developers, contributors, maintainers, and/or committers should not need > to subscribe to ffmpeg-cvslog to participate.
I do use -cvslog, though generally I try to reply to -devel unless the conversation is already on -cvslog. If the intent is that -devel should always be used for replies, can you set a reply-to header on -cvslog pointing to -devel? - Mark _______________________________________________ ffmpeg-devel mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-devel