On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 10:41 PM, Amitha Perera wrote:
> Miguel A. Figueroa-Villanueva wrote:
>> Well, if the reporter selects a ticket component from core, then
>> automatically it is owned by a maintainer, so I would presume that
>> with notifications activated he would get an e-mail.
> Ah, I see. I just created a test ticket on core/vbl, and it was assigned to
> So, each component should then have a owner. This person can then delegate
> the ticket to someone else. I think it is unlikely that we will monitor the
> tickets daily, and so it'd be good for *someone* to be notified if a user
> creates a ticket.
> Any volunteers for this Master Of The Universe role?
You mean for the components that don't already have a default owner
(which can then delegate the ticket or bring it up in the list, of
>> - subscribe to the RSS feed for the report that your interested and
>> then you'll receive a notification with your news reader.
> Ah! All these new fangled technologies, I tell you. I just tested this,
> and it seems to work. It doesn't seem to send update messages as the ticket
> is updated; is there a concept of monitoring a ticket?
Yes, I had the same experience. It seems it alerts when tickets are
created. However, if you go to timeline and you select only "ticket
changes", you get an rss feed for ticket creation and closing.
> Do you just add
> yourself to the cc line?
I understand like this, yes. To monitor a ticket (if your not the
reporter nor the owner, which monitor it by default) you should add
yourself to the cc.
However, this doesn't seem to be working... I think we still need to
get the trac.ini configured before it works.