Hi, Am 30.09.2015 um 12:30 schrieb Holger Levsen: > 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.
We have never discussed this before as a team. I vote for unsubscribing pkg-java because of the issues that were pointed out already. Regards, Markus
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