Dne 18.7.2014 13:47, Pierre-Yves Chibon napsal(a):
On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 12:59:12PM +0200, Vít Ondruch wrote:
> Dne 17.7.2014 16:22, Pierre-Yves Chibon napsal(a):
> Why is the filter called filter? Isn't filter supposed to remove something?
> These filter seems to cause that email is sent, so that is probably not
> appropriate name IMO.
I'm confused, filters should not be named filters?
FMN is based on fedmsg, which carries hundred of thousands of messages on a
daily basis and unless you explicitely ask, FMN won't be sending to your inbox
every single one of them.
Sounds to me like filter is the appropriate word here.
It is not IMO. If FNM were sending every message to the email, then I
could use Filter to opt-out from some of them. But for opt-in, it should
not be called filter.
> Also, now I noticed that my FAS registration email is used as
> Why the fedoraproject alias is not used preferably? May be that is how the
> OpenID works now, but may be it should be changed there?
FedOAuth has been modified to use your fedoraproject alias if you have one.
I don't know if FMN is handling this change though, feel free to open a ticket
to ask about it.
> Also, how the integration will work with FMN in the future? Will the
> notifications be automatically enabled, when new maintainer is added to
> package for example? So you will modify settings of my profile? This should
> be probably somehow explicitly handled ...
Are you writing filters for every package you maintain? Or are you using the
filter `every packages I am involved with`?
Personnaly I use the later, so there is nothing to configure for me when I gain
ACLs on a package.
I don't use any filters yet (I guess), but that explains a lot ;) Thanks.