On Mon, 10 Jul 2006, Tom Lane wrote:

"Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
On Sunday 09 July 2006 20:00, Greg Stark wrote:
BIRT pgsql-patches should be abolished in favour of something else that
accomplishes the bandwidth-reduction aspect without the downsides.

Alternatively, people could just use patches for patch submission and keep all
discussion on hackers.

If this is chosen as the preferred path, we could get the list bot to
add "Reply-To: pghackers" in pgsql-patches postings to help push
discussions there.  I'd vote for doing the same in pgsql-committers,
which also gets its share of non-null discussion content.

that is a very easy and quick change ... but wasn't doing that brought up before and alot of ppl were against that?

If nobody objects within, say, the next 24 hours ... ? I'll enabled that one both ...

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