On 10/18/2013 10:41 AM, Matthew Woehlke 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.

I think the least-invasive way would be to add the "trivial" button and
then just tack on a new 'X-ReviewBoard-Trival: true' header to the
email. Then you just continue sending out email as before, but clients
can just opt to write email filters to ignore those marked as Trivial if
they so desire.

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