Stephen Frost <sfr...@snowman.net> writes:
> Further, we seem agreed that URLs are what we want to have in the
> commits rather than just the message-ID.
If we're set on doing that, then ...
> The question on the table at the moment seems to be if we want to use
> https://postgr.es/m/ or https://postgresql.org/message-id/ as the
> prefix. Personally, I don't really care and would prefer we just decide
> something and move on to more interesting technical discussion. I don't
> really agree with the complaints levied against https://postgr.es/m/,
> but I'm also not particularly bothered by one long line in each commit
... the shortener isn't really doing anything for us. You end up with a
line longer than 80 characters with message-IDs generated by either gmail
or the bug report form, for instance these examples from recent commits:
And those two sources comprise the majority of references these days.
Even dropping the Discussion: keyword wouldn't get us to lines that don't
wrap. So we might as well go with the canonical form, which I take to
Another convention that apparently needs to be discussed is whether or
not to point at a whole thread, as in this example from yesterday:
I'm kind of -1 on that; it's adding 5 characters for not much.
regards, tom lane
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