Hi, (mostly ignoring the rest as this has been addressed already.)
On Dienstag, 29. September 2015, Markus Koschany wrote: > I understand that everything is still in development. However I don't > think a public mailing list is a suitable testbed. My preferred solution > would be to make receiving such e-mails opt-in. Everyone who wants to > get informed by e-mail may subscribe to this feature. I personally > prefer and regularly check DDPO because it is quite, very informative > and can be used on demand. The only other option I can think of is to > filter pkg-java mails. I think you still misunderstand: you, the java maintainers, already opted-in. What I then proposed was to change the notification system to allow individual email addresses to be subscribed to anything (and not just packages per se as it is now) and to limit the notifications to unstable. But it still remains, that you (the team) opted in activly. If you as a team prefer, we can easily unsubscribe you now. cheers, Holger
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