[Pharo-project] Not happy with the issues feed from Google

Igor Stasenko siguctua at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 19:30:32 CET 2010

i don't read all mails, but at least by seeing in subject, i have an
idea that there are some activity around some issue.

Also, in case if something attracts my attention, where i feel i can
be helpful, i can easy click on message and read it.

In contrast, when all tracker activity is hidden inside issue tracker,
i have no chances to be aware who doing what and
what problem is attacked by people, unless i cc-ed to this issue as well.
'Tracking' tracker by manually inspecting every single issue is time sink.
So, i think couple of extra lines in mails list worth it, because it
helps to people to be aware of what others do.
Of course i'm not happy with it as well.
Most messages are not quite informative , but its up to those who
posting them: make posts more elaborate , so others could understand
what is it about, where the problem etc etc.

On 18 November 2010 19:33, Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr> wrote:
> +1
> Sorry guys this is not optimal but after been against when I see it in squeak, I'm in favor because it
> helps understanding what is happening.
> Sorry to be blunt but
> ****YOU**** yes you guys do not look at the bug or bug fixes in general.
> So often ME myself and I, have to send email about point from the archive to the mailing-list.
> Often I do not even see that a bug has been posted and YES I have 5 rss feed and I read them all.
> What is the last time you read the bug archives to see what is happening there?
> So if you do not read the archive then how can you help? how can we make sure that people are aware?
> What is the last time you look at the code of the fixes that got integrated? Because if you do not read
> it how can we do quality control? So if I could I would send the diff of all the package in the mailing-lits as this is done in squeak.
> Now what we can do to please some of you so far 4, we could create a mailing-list where such mails would be sent.
> But let us see so far who is really against.
> Stef
>> Remember that most email client support filters. You can easily create one.
>> Cheers
>> Mariano

Best regards,
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.

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