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#350 Mail to @git.sr.ht address bounces 8 months ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~sircmpwn/git.sr.ht

These bounced emails make it hard to use or recommend the prepare a patchset feature.

Is this still planned? Is there anything that could be done to help move it forward?

#1 Deleting OPP 1 year, 4 months ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~theo/tree-sitter

Oh jeez. I'm sorry. I thought I had a different project's todo open and can't figure out how to delete this.

p.s. thanks for your work on tree-sitter in Emacs! I'm using it daily.

#1 Deleting OPP 1 year, 4 months ago

Ticket created by ~johnmuhl on ~theo/tree-sitter

Steps:

  1. User A adds Source X
  2. User B adds a plant from X
  3. User A deletes X (opting to remove plants)

User B's plant is gone.

An admin should be able to opt-in to the delete OPP behavior.

#3 automated builds 2 years ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

thanks. ~emacs/builds looks better so i used that one.

mailto:~emacs/builds+subscribe@lists.sr.ht?subject=subscribe if you want to subscribe

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#3 automated builds 2 years ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

on second thought it would better to have a new list. ~theo could you setup ~emacs/emacs-builds@lists.sr.ht (or whatever you prefer). it'll be a low volume list that only reports builds failures (success is silent); hopefully low enough that some of the core emacs developers might start watching it.

#3 automated builds 2 years ago

srht migration added by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

#3 automated builds 2 years ago

~johnmuhl assigned ~johnmuhl to #3 on ~emacs/emacs

#3 automated builds 2 years ago

Ticket created by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

i've setup automated builds now in (a branch on) my fork; but based on the latest discussions i'm not sure if i should bother to push that work up here as well.

if so is there any objection to also having failed builds send an email to ~emacs/emacs-devel@lists.sr.ht?

if no one thinks it is worth it that is fine. i'll still have failure notifications sent to me personally and i can forward those on to emacs-devel@gnu.org whenever relevant.

#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 2 years ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

right you are. i was thinking it must be more complicated than that. i've pushed the latest stuff from upstream and added this repo to the cron job. if you notice any commits missing let me know and i'll look into it.

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#2 replace current git repo with a full mirror 2 years ago

Comment by ~johnmuhl on ~emacs/emacs

On Wed, 2021-12-22 at 07:58 +0000, ~emacs wrote:

I used git clone --mirror so all branches should be preserved.

i see that now. i don't know what i was looking at before that just had a master branch. so hopefully no --force will be necessary.