Email subject line formatting

Kevin Rushforth kevin.rushforth at
Wed Apr 22 17:36:56 UTC 2020

On 4/22/2020 10:23 AM, mark.reinhold at wrote:
>>                                                      This would perhaps
>> mean that the "git:" update mail would not be needed for those projects,
>> since it would just duplicate this information.
> I think there’s still value in the “git:” style messages, particularly
> for people who want to follow the stream of updates to a repo without
> having to scan every RFR thread for a terminal “Integrated” message.

I completely agree. This also allows projects to send their commit 
notifications to a separate alias from the discussion RFR alias(es). 
This will likely prove especially useful for a project like the jdk 
where there are multiple "sub-project" RFR aliases (core-libs-dev, 
hotspot-dev, etc.). Having the "git:" style messages go to a "changes" 
mailing list will be very helpful.

-- Kevin

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