[KPhotoAlbum] Automatically sending Bugzilla mails to the list

Jesper K. Pedersen blackie at blackie.dk
Fri May 11 07:06:43 CEST 2007

Sounds fine by me, let me know when it is back on, and I'll change the 
recipient of new bugs.

On Thursday 10 May 2007, Shawn Willden wrote:
| I mentioned it wouldn't be too hard to arrange for bug e-mails to be
| delivered to the mailing list.  As an experiment, I went ahead and set it
| up.  I have disabled it pending discussing about whether or not it's a good
| idea, but I can turn it on at any time.
| How it works:
| I created an e-mail account "kpabugs at willden.org".  I then used that
| account to create a KDE bugzilla account and a KPA mailing list
| subscription.  In the KDE bugzilla account preferences, I set it to watch
| Jesper's messages.
| Whenever e-mail arrives for kpabugs, a maildrop filter is executed.  If the
| message is from the mailing list, the message is discarded (to prevent
| looping).  If the message is from bugzilla (as identified by a
| X-Bugzilla-URL header), then the message is modified and sent to the
| mailing list.  The modifications are:
| 1.  The X-Bugzilla-URL header is removed as a further precaution against
| looping.
| 2.  The From: header is rewritten to be kpabugs at willden.org, so the mailing
| list will accept the message.
| 3.  The To: header is rewritten to be kphotoalbum at kdab.net, so the mailing
| list will accept the message.
| If the message is neither from the mailing list, nor from bugzilla, it's
| forwarded to my personal account for me to deal with.
| It seems safe enough, and functional.  If there's a consensus that having
| all bug e-mails forwarded to the mailing list is a good idea, I'll turn it
| back on, and perhaps Jesper will want to set kpabugs at willden.org as the
| default recipient for KPA bugs, so he won't get duplicates.
| 	Shawn.
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