On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:18 AM, Doug Hellmann <d...@doughellmann.com>
> Excerpts from Thierry Carrez's message of 2016-09-20 10:19:04 +0200:
> > Steve Martinelli wrote:
> > > I think bundling the puppet, ansible and oslo releases together would
> > > cut down on a considerable amount of traffic. Bundling or grouping new
> > > releases may not be the most accurate, but if it encourages the right
> > > folks to read the content instead of brushing it off, I think thats
> > > worth while.
> > Yeah, I agree that the current "style" of announcing actively trains
> > people to ignore announces. The trick is that it's non-trivial to
> > regroup announces (as they are automatically sent as a post-job for each
> > tag).
> > Solutions include:
> > * A daily job that catches releases of the day and batches them into a
> > single announce (issue being you don't get notified as soon as the
> > release is available, and the announce email ends up being extremely
> > * A specific -release ML where all announces are posted, with a daily
> > job to generate an email (one to -announce for services, one to -dev for
> > libraries) that links to them, without expanding (issue being you don't
> > have the natural thread in -dev to react to a broken oslo release)
> > * Somehow generate the email from the openstack/release request rather
> > than from the tags
> One email, with less detail, generated when a file merges into
> openstack/release is my preference because it's easier to implement.
> Alternately we could move all of the announcements we have now to
> a new -release list and folks that only want one email a day can
> subscribe using digest delivery. Of course they could do that with
> the list we have now, too.
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A release list makes a lot of sense. If you also include clear metadata in
the subject such as including the owning project aka: keystone (for
keystone auth, keystonemiddleware, keystoneclient), people can do direct
filtering for what they care about ( as well digest mode).
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