[Mailman-Users] Accessing sub-letter search lists
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Thu Apr 17 04:53:02 CEST 2014
Conrad G T Yoder writes:
> Since we’re on the topic of items residing at bugs.launchpad.net,
> what are the odds of Bug #1067953
> (https://bugs.launchpad.net/mailman/+bug/1067953) getting a little
> love? Not quite as easy a change as this one, but would benefit many
> I’m sure. Everyone subscribe!
Pretty good, now that you've posted this -- the Mailman developers are
sprinting at Pycon as I write this, I believe, or maybe still at
dinner since none of them are on IRC.
A few words to the wise, in the interest of DAO. At least for me
personally I would be slightly more likely to look, and very likely to
look sooner, if you posted the title as well as the bug number.
In general, Mailman developers are mail-oriented (including Barry who
last I heard was a Launchpad developer). I don't know if anybody who
can do something about bugs actually pays attention to subscription
counts. Can't hurt, but posting here (or on -developers if you
actually want to participate in fixing by contributing code or code
reviews) is likely the best way to be a "squeaky wheel". Please avoid
"me too posts" unless nobody responds in a few days. At least Mark
and I read *every post* to mailman-users.
Once discussion on a fix starts, it will typically move to -developers
for the requirements and design discussion, then to the issue itself
(this is formalized for developing Python itself, we're less informal
but take our cue from Python).
 Developer Attention Optimization. :-)
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