[Users] I keep receiving my own posts for bug reports
jn.ml.clwm.729 at letterboxes.org
Sun Mar 11 22:28:28 CET 2018
On Sun, 11 Mar 2018, at 21:14, Removed GDPR wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Mar 2018 20:33:43 +0000 Jeremy Nicoll wrote:
> > I've never used Gmail but I get the impression that filtering there
> > uses the same syntax as searching. I think (after reading several
> > hints pages) that
> > subject:"[Bug "
> > addresses the first issue.
> It doesn't because as I explained subject:"Bug" gives the exact same
> result, i.e. it catches even the current thread (which it would delete
> if one would relying on it). IOW that would catch everything that
> contains the word "bug" in subject disregarding the extra symbols in
> the "exact search" string.
Ah, what you said earlier was ambiguous, in that it didn't make it clear
that you'd used quotes in your search arguments. I read the quotes you
had just as ordinary ones in your description of the problem.
> > I've not seen anything that supports search for arbitrary headers
> > though.
> There is some limited support only:
There's no /arbitrary/ header search described there. It's one of
the pages I read before I replied.
> > In your situation I think I'd change the email address I use on
> > Bugzilla and have all the emails it sends sent somewhere else, or
> > just not get any of them. [...]
> While that is possible the need for such gym only proves that the
> messaging system needs improvement.
The important thing is that it's something you can do for yourself
that goes some way to solve what only you seem to see as a problem.
> > I don't really see why you'd object to seeing your own Bugzilla
> > contributions in amongst other people's replies - it'd let you see
> > the whole lot in context.
> Because I know what I have already said in the bug report + I can
> always check it on the bugzilla itself.
You may know... but I bet you find in a few years you can't remember
the exact text of very bug report you've ever made. And, personally.
I prefer to have my own copies of things that might not be available
online when I later want to read them.
> I delete these email messages
> manually but I would prefer not to have to do it.
If they can be deleted in CM with its filtering, is there really a
problem? (Leaving aside seeing them on your phone.)
Jeremy Nicoll - my opinions are my own.
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