[vdr] only get DVB-related messages from linux-media (was: Re: Compilation issues with recent DVB header files vs libc6)
paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Apr 9 10:27:25 CEST 2009
Am Donnerstag, den 09.04.2009, 09:35 +0200 schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
> On 04/09/09 09:25, Niels Wagenaar wrote:
> > Op Do, 9 april, 2009 08:29, schreef Matthias Becker:
> >>> According to my information (a message on the linux-dvb mailinglist),
> >>> the
> >>> old mailinglists (V4L and DVB) are now merged into linux-media.
> >> what does "merged" mean? Are Posts on the "old" list
> >> replicated to the new one?
> > No. Merge as in combined to one and/or a replacement for the old V4L/DVB
> > mailinglists. Messages send to the 'old' mailinglists will not automaticly
> > be available on the linux-media mailinglist. That is, if you don't count a
> > CC as a replication method ;-)
> Well, so what is the preferred method of making the DVB driver developers
> aware of bugs, if one doesn't want to suffer from all the traffic on the
> linux-media list?
> I did initially subscribe to that list, but after a few days I unsubscribed
> again, because there was way too much non DVB related stuff there.
I conclude your current situation is, that right now you do not get any
dvd-related messages, since you are not subscribed.
I propose, that you subscribe, and do one of the following.
• Either configure your list options to not receive any messages. That
way you can send messages to report bugs and maybe ask to CC you.
• Or set up a filter in your mail program to delete all messages from
this list except they have [DVB] or so in the subject line and make sure
the subject of your messages contains this word.
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