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Re: Starting to track patches through bugzilla


On Thu, 25 Sep 2003, Daniel Berlin wrote:
> Userids it can't determine (due to non-existent bugzilla accounts or
> not writing from the same email address you use in your bugzilla mail)
> are currently set to me, rather than creating them new accounts.  It'll
> likely just be set to an "unknown commenter" account with the from
> pasted into the text of their followup.

I don't want to send patches from hp gcc gnu org but I want to
be that my "official" bugzilla account.  Can I make that and
this addresses aliases (and more addresses)?

> An example of this theory is that patches with subjects not starting
> with [PATCH] don't get processed (and any followup referencing them
> won't get processed as a result).  This is good enough, since people
> are supposed to do it. Patches that don't do it have the same chance as
> before of being lost in the ether.

Please also [RFA] and [RFA:] (request for approval) as the
convention is, as was suggested last time this came up.  (Maybe
RFC too, but IMHO that's a misnomer.)

brgds, H-P

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