[Review Queue] emails
dean at canonical.com
Sat Sep 27 16:29:23 UTC 2014
Thanks for the explanation, sounds reasonable. Makes sense now.
On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 7:21 PM, Charles Butler <
charles.butler at canonical.com> wrote:
> The post to the list is 2 fold. One is it provides a clear and concise
> path of what we have worked on for the week during our Review duty. It also
> increases exposure as to what the Charmers have been addressed and provides
> a quick/easy method to respond and participate in the process. As James
> Troup already commented on, they are quite useful to our users that are
> primarily focused in github but want to know what was updated over the
> week. And as we know Juju Charm development is primarly focused in
> The secondary side to this is it really does shine a light on the great
> work of the community we are building, and prompts for more communication
> as to whats happening with the Review Queue. Prior to this notification,
> our users were constantly lost on the review process, what has been looked
> at vs what hasn''t. And the list looked long - stale - and quite
> unattractive to new users as they didn't fully understand how we were
> interfacing with the RevQ.
> Sorry you feel that this is overkill, however the notices are indeed
> easily filtered out of your mailing list feed with some filters.
> Hope this helps and all the best,
> On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 5:46 PM, Dean Henrichsmeyer <dean at canonical.com>
>> Since charm reviews are documented in Launchpad, can someone explain to
>> me the necessity of email summaries to the list? Everyone is so busy I'm
>> having a hard time understanding the need for the redundancy and the extra
>> noise it brings to the list.
>> Juju mailing list
>> Juju at lists.ubuntu.com
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