[Python-Dev] Challenge about print >> None

Jeremy Hylton jeremy@beopen.com
Thu, 14 Sep 2000 11:38:56 -0400 (EDT)

>>>>> "SM" == Skip Montanaro <skip@mojam.com> writes:

  Tim> how-about-everyone-pitch-in-to-help-clear-the-bug-backlog-instead?-ly

  SM> I find the way python-bugs is working these days extremely
  SM> bizarre.  Is it resending a bug when there's some sort of
  SM> change?  A few I've examined were originally submitted in 1999.
  SM> Are they just now filtering out of jitterbug or have they had
  SM> some comment added that I don't see?

Yes.  SF resends the entire bug report for every change to the bug.
If you change the priority for 5 to 4 or do anything else, it sends
mail.  It seems like too much mail to me, but better than no mail at

Also note that the bugs list gets a copy of everything.  The submittor
and current assignee for each bug also get an email.