From: Gennaro Prota (gennaro_prota_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-18 00:05:39
On Mon, 17 Jul 2006 22:00:11 -0500, Rene Rivera
>I think that was an accident on my part as it ran two reports on the
>same day and the list server (or gmane) grouped them together. So I
>guess if we want to take advantage of that for threading we would need
>to remove the date from the subject.
>Although doing that might make them less visible as they would be
>grouped with really old threads. And some mail/thread readers would
>place those way behind "current" messages.
True. Maybe we could just have the release candidate number in the
subject, so all regression reports concerning the same release would
be grouped? It would be nice to be able, at any time (and from
anywhere), to go, let's say, here:
and see how regressions were gradually fixed. It might also be
instructive and make us notice some "wrong trend" that we just miss in
the mess of numbers right now. Just an idea...
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