On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Bruno Mahé <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 03/17/2013 12:09 PM, Konstantin Boudnik wrote:
>> I have been searching for an old email in our mailing list and I have
>> just realized that the archives are literally polluted with something
>> like " Build failed in Jenkins" or " [jira] [Commented] "
>> In every given month there are screens and screens of the emails that
>> either dups of the information available elsewhere - i.e. Jira, or
>> useless in the retrospect - Jenkins build failure notifications are of
>> no importance in a couple of days usually.
>> What do you guys think about redirecting all that traffic to a
>> separate list and leave the dev@ for human beings? Say, we might have
>> another list ci@ or similar where all jira comments and jenkins
>> notifications will be sent.
>> I don't buy the argument like "this will hide important notifications
>> from the developers" simply because most of us are filtering these
>> notifications one way or another in order to make inbox inflow
>> manageable. For instance, I have a filter that moves all JIRA and CI
>> notifications for different projects to their appropriate mailboxes
>> that are being checked upon when I have time for it, etc.
>> So, what do you think?