On Jun 20, 2014 8:36 AM, "Matthew Miller" <email@example.com> wrote:
> So, we have a new public trac instance at <https://fedorahosted.org/board/>.
> On some Fedora mailing lists, tickets from the related trac instances are
> CC'd to the mailing list. This has some appeal -- it means that the tickets
> aren't just off in a place where no one looks, and it means you can follow
> what's going on just by subscribing here.
> On the other hand, I don't want tickets to crowd out actual discussion. As
> we move some of the two dozen open tickets from public to private, there is
> likely to be a lot of ticket traffic¹ in the coming week or so. I think it
> won't generally be an overwhelming factor after that.
> But, it's _really_ supposed to be a list primarily for discussion. So, what
> do you all think?
I'll be honest: I was somewhat annoyed when you did this on the cloud list because trac is terrible at threading, but once I came up with a filter for them that problem largely went away. I think it's better to risk having too much info on the list than too little -- if it becomes a common source of complaints then it's easy to dial back.