On Wed, Mar 30, 2016 at 7:47 PM, Alvaro Herrera <alvhe...@2ndquadrant.com>
> José Luis Tallón wrote:
> > Just wanted to suggest two minor mods to the review e-mails
> > auto-generated by the app:
> > * Prepend a [review] tag to the e-mail subject
> > ... so that e-mails sent to -hackers will read " [HACKERS] [review]
> > <patch title goes here>"
> Changing the subject of an email causes Gmail to break the threads, so
> anything in that line should be discouraged. -1 from me. I would be
> happier if the subject of the submission email is kept intact, i.e. not
> use the patch title that was used in commitfest app but use the one in
> the email. These often differ.
That's what the code tries to do. It will add a Re: if there isn't one
already, but otherwise should reuse it. At least that's how it's trying to
work - do you have a pointer to an example where it doesn't, so I can
investigate if something is off?
> > * Auto-CC the patch author on this e-mail
> > I guess this should speed up reactions / make communication a bit
> > fluid.
> Yes, strong +1 on this.
Ok, that should be easy enough to add. I've stuck it on my TODO list and
will try to get it ASAP.
> 3) Have the auto-generated emails insert In-Reply-To headers (and
> perhaps References).
It already does. Both. Again, do you have a pointer to where it doesn't?