From: Jeremy Nicoll - ml sourceforge <jn.ml.sfrg.25@le...> - 2012-10-10 20:24:29
Does anyone else find the new messages unwieldy compared with the old-style
With what we had before, since most types of post contained the whole
history of a thread up to that point, I merely made sure I only had the most
recent post for each thread.
But now, each thread seems to have a mixture of posts; some have discussion
of the ins & outs of an issue in them, while others just document different
steps/ management milestones in the resolution of a problem.
But compared with, say, reading posts in a newsgroup I never seem to be able
to find my way around each topic easily. In fact, there's precious little
Is it just me?
Jeremy Nicoll - my opinions are my own
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 1:23 PM, Jeremy Nicoll - ml sourceforge <
> Does anyone else find the new messages unwieldy compared with the old-style
There are a number of things about the new interface that I don't really
like. I don't think the new messages are an improvement over the old
format. But, all I really want is to be sure I get a notice when anything
If I could be sure I was getting every notice, then the new format is okay
> With what we had before, since most types of post contained the whole
> history of a thread up to that point, I merely made sure I only had the
> recent post for each thread.
I use gmail and just let Google store all the e-mails I get from
SourceForge. Each e-mail from a different tracker is stored with a
different tag, automatically. If I want to review the thread of a
particular tracker item, it is easy to do.