[Tracker-discuss] [issue140] add keyword info in emails
metatracker at psf.upfronthosting.co.za
Tue Aug 28 16:42:34 CEST 2007
Paul Dubois added the comment:
I understand what you are asking for. Since people reply to emails it turns
out that they can change the title of the issue by changing the subject (the
part after the [issuennnn] part and before the optional trailing
[something=value, ...] part. So putting something in the subject line is
fraught with difficulty in that the parser of the incoming email subject
line will have to 'undo' whatever we do to the outgoing part. That's always
a problem because whatever you choose becomes something users can't put in a
title. We'd have to be awfully careful.
On 8/28/07, Georg Brandl <metatracker at psf.upfronthosting.co.za> wrote:
> Georg Brandl added the comment:
> Paul Dubois schrieb:
> > Paul Dubois added the comment:
> > Well, you can't do it that way, because that would mess up the email
> > submission subject-line cracker. Also when a person replies to an email
> > might want to change something using the mechanism that puts things in [
> > at the end, e.g.
> > [issue12345] title of bug [status=pending]
> The brackets were only a proposal; I'd be fine with any way that "patch"
> "py3k" shows up in the subject line.
> > Also note that if the set of keywords has *changed* you will see it at
> > bottom of the email.
> Yes, I know that, but it won't help the cursory glance over new items.
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