On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 4:41 PM, Matthew Woehlke
<mwoehlke.fl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2013-10-18 01:45, Kim Gräsman wrote:
>>
>> I might try to come up with a patch, but I haven't really thought
>> about user experience. A new button seems a little brutal.
>>
>> If you've thought about this before, have you come up with any ideas
>> for how this might be controlled?
>
>
> What about a 'trivial change' check box next to / under the 'describe what
> you changed' text area? Potentially this could be used for diffs, even (e.g.
> if I upload a new diff because I noticed a spelling mistake).
>
> Ideally this wouldn't necessarily suppress e-mail; only for people that
> don't have a corresponding 'I also want to see trivial changes' option set
> in their profile. This way users don't have the ability to entirely suppress
> mail (e.g. I can see managers that would not like that), but lets each
> subscriber decide whether they want to know about minutia or would prefer to
> not be bothered. (And of course it is borrowing a well-known wiki concept;
> reusing existing ideas is usually a good thing.)
>
> Bonus points for adding 'trivial' to the e-mail subject for changes so
> indicated.

Thanks, that sounds workable.

However, I just realized this is way too much work for me to take on
at this point. I'll keep this in the back of my head and see if I can
pick it up again when I have more bandwidth.

Thanks,
- Kim

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