Bugzilla email address obfuscation with git patches
parker.coates at kdemail.net
Sat Mar 20 13:23:45 GMT 2010
On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 09:10, Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 20.03.10 12:28:13, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
>> A Dissabte, 20 de març de 2010, Colin Guthrie va escriure:
>> > Hi,
>> > Now that git patches will be popping up on bugzilla, it would be pollite
>> > to obfuscate the addresses.
>> > See e.g. https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=231254#c2
>> > While that email address for me is on enough places as to make it easily
>> > scrape-able, it's not necessarily true for all contributors.
>> > Could email addresses be obsfucated in either:
>> > a) The BUG/CCBUG stuff that injects the commit into a ticket comment.
>> > or
>> > b) Generally in Bugzilla.
>> What reason is for that given we have all our mail addresses in the accounts
>> file in kde-common?
> Apart from the fact that the comment for the commit also has the email (in
> a <a>) in bugzilla. Its always been like that.
Bugzilla only shows the commenter email address to users who are
logged in. If you log out, you'll see that the <a>s are gone.
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