Python bindings for adoption

2012-01-09 Thread
Hurray, thanks Justus. That is much appreciated. Spaetz David Bremner schrieb: >On Sun, 08 Jan 2012 16:16:06 -, Justus Winter ><4winter at> wrote: >> >> I've decided to step up as a new maintainer for the libnotmuch python >> bindings. I assume that I'll have to

[PATCH] emacs: notmuch-hello: Use our own keymap.

2010-05-13 Thread
> Previously, we were adding our bindings directly to `widget-keymap', > resulting in them being shared by anything else that used that keymap. Is this patch preferable over the one I sent some time ago in id:1272882573-9864-1-git-send-email-Sebastian at ? My patch makes notmuch-hello

[notmuch] Request for high-priority improvements to notmuch

2010-02-01 Thread
Let me second those thoughts. I'll even put forward 2 more pet suggestions :). 1) > Ability to apply tags based on folder paths in "notmuch new" This will let me sync tags with notmuchsync much more easily than going through all mails and detecting their IMAP path from the filename. Support for

[notmuch] Git feature branch

2010-01-25 Thread
> I think it would make sense to move the mainline to > for now, or another place where everyone can easily get an account. > As alternatives I propose I'd prefer to stay away from > commercial services like Github. Any of those sounds fine to me, really. No

[notmuch] Thoughts on notmuch and Lua

2010-01-16 Thread
> We've talked about switching from default tags of "inbox" and "unread" > to simply having new mail tagged with a "new" tag. Ohh, please make the standard set of tags for new mail configurable in the config file. I might want to add different tags for special purposes, like