There is a mailserver which can send the Bug reports and indices as plain text on request.
To use it you send a mail message to
Subject of the message is ignored, except
for generating the
Subject of the reply.
The body you send should be a series of commands, one per line. You'll receive a reply which looks like a transcript of your message being interpreted, with a response to each command. No notifications are sent to anyone for most commands; however, the messages are logged and made available in the WWW pages.
Any text on a line starting with a hash sign
ignored; the server will stop processing when it finds a line starting
thank or two
hyphens (to avoid parsing a signature). It will also stop if it
encounters too many unrecognised or badly-formatted commands. If no
commands are successfully handled it will send the help text for the
send-detailsends all of the `boring' messages in the transcript as well, such as the various auto-acks.
=] tag [ tag ... ]
+means to add each given tag,
-means to remove each given tag, and
=means to ignore the current tags and set them afresh to the list provided. The default action is adding.
# same as 'tags 123456 + patch' usertag 123456 patch # same as 'tags 123456 + help security' usertag 123456 help security
The meaning of usertags is decided by the owner of the email address they are associated with.
#, for example for the benefit of human readers of your message (reading it via the tracking system logs or due to a
#must be at the start of the line.
There is a reference card for the
mailservers, available via the WWW, in
bug-mailserver-refcard.txt or by email using the
refcard command (see above).
If you wish to manipulate Bug reports you should use the
control@gEmailDomain address, which understands a
superset of the commands listed
above. This is described in another document, available on the
WWW, in the file
bug-maint-mailcontrol.txt, or by
In case you are reading this as a plain text file or via email: an
HTML version is available via the Bug system main contents page
For more information on viewing bug history, submitting new reports, modifying existing ones and general BTS usage please visit http://wiki.x2go.org/doku.php/wiki:bugs (FAQ).
X2Go Bug Tracking System (based on the software used for Debian's BTS)
Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O. Benham, 1997,2003 nCipher Corporation Ltd, 1994-97 Ian Jackson.