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On 01/10/2011 05:48 PM, Diego Elio Pettenò wrote:
> Il giorno lun, 10/01/2011 alle 16.34 +0100, Luca Barbato ha scritto:
>> Some options are either received them as email or make it show up
>> through a website (like packages.g.o)
> One thing I'm going to make sure here is that we _will_ have a "push"
> notification; a website one has to check is _not_ going to be the only
> solution; we can add as many notifications we want but at least an email
> has to go out.
> I for once usually don't keep many web pages open, but I always notice
> email messages, and if we have a stable subject I'm going to put enough
> priority on those that I can receive and act on them right as they
> arrive, which is the main point of having this set up to be handled
I have serious problems with emails (I lose some when I get an
overwhelming number of them in a short time due thunderbird not being
able to cope with them partially)
> Besides, I sincerely don't see how fate could scale well for this kind
> of checks compared to the build checks ffmpeg runs.
The fate structure is quite sound:
- color code the situation (the bar on the top)
- group the results (per arch, we could have also per herd)
- give an aggregate view with ability to dig down
So I'd copy it.