On 07/29/2010 04:23 PM, Guilhem Bichot wrote:
> I'd like to do a poll:
> do you think the post-push emails (automatically sent to
> commits@stripped when you do "bzr push") should be disabled
> for Server trees?
> I wasn't involved when they were implemented in our mysql_plugins bzr
> To me they are useless, I never look at mine or others'. I find
> that generating them takes a lot of time when pushing a big
> merge, and anyway big merge means big mail which commits@lists rejects
> due to a size limit.
> They don't work with "bzr push --overwrite" (produce an error).
> We didn't have them when we used BitKeeper.
> If we want to disable them, it means removing the post_push_to line
> from .bzr-mysql/default.conf in main and/or team trees.
> Opinions, anyone?
While they are not generally interesting for people to read, they can be
useful to see where a patch has been pushed, i.e., if it will be
released very soon. The specific contents of the patch would then not be
very interesting, but the fact that a patch with revid this-and-that has
been pushed to this-and-that tree might be valuable.
Just my few cents,
> Thank you.
Lead Software Developer
MySQL Replication, Oracle