[aur-general] Notify by e-mail when PKGBUILD updated by maintainer?
nekinie at gmail.com
Thu May 8 12:29:52 EDT 2014
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I agree with the subscription suggestion, users can then be imformed
of package updates that are relevent to them
- -- nekinie
On 08/05/14 17:20, WorMzy Tykashi wrote:
> On 8 May 2014 17:09, Nowaker <enwukaer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 3) I think commenting about update will involve more people and
>>> bring awareness that the AUR package is active and not
>> This is true, but should not be implemented like that. That's
>> good it has been reverted.
>> AUR could keep track of the updates, e.g. have a new field named
>> "Updates" that would list all versions and their release dates.
>> It could be expandable with a single click, so it doesn't clutter
>> the interface.
> This seems like a pointless feature to me. As a user I'm only
> interested in two things: 1) what version have I got installed
> now, and 2) what version is available on the AUR now. Perhaps I am
> in a minority here though.
> A function that sends a notification to subscribers when a new
> src.tar.gz is uploaded seems like the best way of fulfilling the
> original request. Though perhaps a new option to "subscribe to
> update notifications" would be preferable to sending them to people
> who just want to be informed when a package is removed/merged.
>> -- Kind regards, Damian Nowak StratusHost www.AtlasHost.eu
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