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From "Ken Tam" <>
Subject Replies to any message in beehive-dev go to the entire list by default
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2004 22:14:05 GMT
As Rotan just noticed, the email lists have the reply-to set so replies
default to going to the entire list.  So if you want to reply only to
the individual who wrote a message, you need to make a manual change.
This is common and by design to encourage group discussion :P

-----Original Message-----
From: Rotan Hanrahan [] 
Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 1:59 PM
To: Beehive Developers
Subject: RE: REMINDER: Beehive setup for jira

Hmmmm... ever have one of those moment just after you click the "send"
button and the imprint of the departing image on your retina finally
triggers some recognition in your brain, and an inner voice says "no,
you fool, that was the wrong destination"?
Well, I just had one of those...

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Heather Stephens [] 
	Sent: Thu 22/07/2004 21:28 
	To: Beehive Developers 
	Subject: REMINDER: Beehive setup for jira

	Hey all.  Would you take a moment to respond to this list about
	--What are your thoughts on the outstanding decisions listed
	--Please signup for jira and send on your username.
	We are required to have this information in hand when we request
	actual setup of Beehive in jira.
	-----Original Message-----
	From: Heather Stephens
	Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 4:07 PM
	Subject: Beehive setup for jira
	Jira is the Beehive project's issue tracker of choice.
	Some decisions still need to be made:
	**We need to name the project and give it a key.  To keep it
simple and
	consistent, I think we should use Project = "Beehive" and Key =
	**Where do we want to send notifications?  This list seems to be
	most appropriate.
	**Who do we want to nominate as the administrator?  This person
	typically a PMC member (or PPMC member in our case) who is
	for managing permissions of people in the group, i.e.,
	users.  If nobody else is interested, I'm willing to pick this
	Also, in order to add Beehive as a project in jira, we each need
	signup and get an account on that system.  When you have a free
	would you do the following?
	1.  Go to
	2.  Click the "Signup for an account" link
	3.  Fill in the form/submit
	4.  Send on your username when finished
	(If you already have a Bugzilla account, please use the same
	address in jira that you used in Bugzilla.)

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