Re: Planned changes for to reduce the "Bugzilla blues"

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On Mon, 3 Oct 2022 19:24:07 +0100
Al Viro <viro@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Way more than 800, IME.  And I'm still subscribed to it, even though
> reading through the damn thing isn't physically possible.  About 1 or 2
> percents gets past the "delete unopened" pass...

I keep the last 10 weeks in my folder (and archive the rest.) That's 70
days worth, and I have 78,109 emails currently in that folder. OK, it's
been a while since I last took the average. It appears to be 1114 emails
per day now. I blame the extra 300 emails a day being the stable updates :-D

> Speaking of private mail... there's one case when it's warranted -
> a bug that looks like a sufficiently nasty security hole in something that
> would be sufficiently widely deployed.  Preferably - with something along
> the lines of "off-list due to potential security impact".
> Still a matter of taste - security@ is an option for those...

I was about to say "then include the security@ mailing list". ;-)

It's still not a private one. But for those that do not know about that
mailing list, yeah, private is fine. But that's not really the focus of
this discussion.

-- Steve

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