On 10/7/10 11:26 , Hanno Schlichting wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 11:22 AM, Wichert Akkerman<wich...@wiggy.net>  wrote:
>> Perhaps more important is brevity. If the mail was a simple thing with a
>> maximum of 15 lines or so where you can immediately see if something is
>> wrong or not it would be much better. Something like:
>> ========
>> ZTK 1.0/python2.4: win32 5 errors, 2 failures
>> GROK 1.1/python2.6: linux 2 errors
> +1 for a brief summary, the direct links to the build results are
> still important though and should be somewhere in the mail

Make it a multipart/alternative mail and use links in the html version 
so you can click on things without having to waste extra space on links?
>> and simply don't list things that do not have problems.
> I'd still list those at the bottom. We have a rather high variability
> in the number of jobs run. I'd like to see if some jobs didn't run at
> all and didn't sent any mails.

That would be a problem that should be at the top.

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