[infra] ML configuration (was: Minimizing size/time of test node)
morgan.fainberg at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 15:52:19 UTC 2018
The issue is a few very popular web clients (maybe one that I use) and some
mobile mail apps do not have clear implementations of this feature. Until
we have an explicit reply-to, I have to modify every single email I am
sending to openstack-discuss so it doesn't also send directly (in this case
to you) to the sender as well as the OpenStack-Discuss list.
Reply-to-all also doesn't solve this problem, as it (in this case) would
add you and openstack-discuss. I agree with Chris on this point. However,
as long as we're planning on fixing the reply-to bits for openstack-discuss
I'll weather the transitional period.
On Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 7:45 AM Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
> On 2018-11-21 15:15:00 +0000 (+0000), Chris Dent wrote:
> > Can we make the default reply-to for the new list be the list?
> > This is one of several areas where I disagree with jwz.
> We discussed it a bit on Monday and concluded that it was better to
> endure a few weeks of people's replies going to the old lists for
> messages which came from there through the new list, rather than
> enact a change in behavior for the new list just after people had
> started to settle into it. Problem with Reply-To is that you are
> stuck deciding whether to override the author's Reply-To (if
> provided) or inconsistently add one for the ML when the author
> didn't have one. Most modern E-mail clients have a reply-to-list
> option you can use when replying on mailing lists which include
> proper RFC 2369 List-* headers (though I too will admit I forget
> which one to hit sometimes when I'm not paying attention).
> Jeremy Stanley
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