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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] a hermes notification question
  • From: Wolfgang Rosenauer <wolfgang@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 11:55:29 +0200
  • Message-id: <4A66E211.4000603@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Am 22.07.2009 11:03, schrieb Klaas Freitag:

Am Mittwoch 22 Juli 2009 08:28:25 schrieb Wolfgang Rosenauer:
I get build notifications for example but also no notificiations for
requests I'm sending myself (including the actions others do on my
requests) which is annoying as I won't get any notification if my
requests are accepted or declined.
Currently it is implemented that way: If one sets the filter to _myrequests,
she will get notifications for requests where she maintains the target project
or package.
Bug is addressing that,
please comment there. Also, there is also a patch underway which sends
some more events out of the backend, such as REQUEST_DECLINE,
REQUEST_ACCEPT etc. That makes subscriptions more granular.
The patch is waiting to be picked up for the backend by mls.

I haven't set any filter myself and the filter that is set by default
apparently is more than useless. I _need_ notifications about request
changes if I was the requester. Nothing to add more.
(where is the hermes documentation if everyone is supposed to set it

What is the most annoying is that nobody seems to care and for my
personal OBS use that's a blocker.
Hmm, not sure why you say that. I care, others also, yet I have only limited
time for code changes here. I would very much appreciate if somebody
would step up and help.

Given that it took until this thread to get at least some explanation
how and why hermes filters notifications are sent is one reason why I've
said that.
And the default also seems to be completely useless. Apparently a _lot_
of other users have the same issue (even Novell employees) and didn't
know why hermes doesn't send the right notifications.

I wasn't talking about code changes but I also haven't seen any "working
on it" or "problem understood" comments in the affected bugzillas.
Sorry, but that are enough hints to say that nobody cared apparently.

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