Missing EOLs [Re: Do you pay attention to duplicate bug triaging?]
dieman at ringworld.org
Thu Sep 21 20:59:07 BST 2006
It saw this line:
I agree with HervÃ: I find this important and useful...
and I think then it decided to convert it into base64 -- did your mailer
send it as base64 or perhaps its an odd conversion. Thunderbird seems
to view it fine, though.
I also noted this:
X-MIME-Autoconverted: from 8bit to quoted-printable by micah.cowan.name id
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="latin1"
Micah J. Cowan wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 21, 2006 at 12:46:24PM -0700, Micah J. Cowan wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 21, 2006 at 12:09:22PM -0500, Brad Bollenbach wrote:> One thing we're considering is sending out duplicate bug notifications> at all, and how we can improve or fine-tune that. How many of you find> these notifications useful:> > a. a bug you're subscribed to (directly or indirectly) is marked a> dupe of another bug
>> I agree with HervÃ: I find this important and useful...
>>> b. another bug is marked as a dupe of a bug you're subscribed to> (directly or indirectly)
>> ...and this one less so, for the same reasons he gave.
> Okay... wtf!? I've been seeing this happen, but had thought it was a bug
> in people's MUAs. I sent this in plain-text only, using mutt, and it
> certainly had eols in there. Is this a bug in the list manager, then?
> It's also not my MUA: I just checked my /var/mail spoolfile directly;
> and anyway, the ubuntu lists are the only ones exhibiting this problem
> (can't recall if there were other ubuntu lists I was seeing this on).
Scott Dier <dieman at ringworld.org>
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