Commit 52b76c5f authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Some more pointless updates.

parent c30667d4
......@@ -88,9 +88,8 @@ Resent-CC: maintainer email address, plus any X-Debbugs-CC: entries
The "maintainer email address" is "" in most cases.
They also have:
A new report also has:
Reply-To: bug submitter,
Mail-Followup-To: bug submitter,
** To not get acknowledgement mail from the tracker,
......@@ -174,13 +173,23 @@ reopen 123
*** Bugs can be tagged in various ways (eg wontfix, patch, etc).
The available tags are:
patch wontfix moreinfo unreproducible fixed notabug
Note that the list at
is incorrect, at least for Emacs.
The list of tags can be prefixed with +, - or =, meaning to add (the
default), remove, or reset the tags. E.g.:
tags 123 + wontfix
** URL shortcuts
123 # given bug number
123;mbox=yes # mbox version of given bug
package # bugs in given package (don't use "emacs" - too many bugs!)
severity:severity # all bugs of given severity
tag:tag # all bugs with given tag
** Usertags
See <>
......@@ -335,19 +344,10 @@ The bug will be re-archived after the next 28 day period of no activity.
It's a function of the number of displayed bugs. You can speed things
up by only looking at the newest 100 bugs:;package=emacs
The above page is accessible from the "Options" section at the end of
the "main list of bugs" page. Select bugs "in package" = emacs;
"newest bugs" = 100. (I have no idea how you get to that Options
section without having to go through the bug list page first...)
** Mails to the bug tracker disappear
Apparently it has some kind of spam filter that sometimes silently
discards valid mails. Adding a subject (pointless in control messages)
may help.
Or use the static index:
** ChangeLog issues
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