Thunderbird Council: Voting Process

The Wanderer wanderer at
Wed Feb 17 13:21:07 UTC 2016

On 2016-02-17 at 06:55, Onno Ekker wrote:

> On 17-2-2016 11:44, Wayne Mery (Thunderbird QA) wrote:
>> On 2/17/2016 2:00 AM, Onno Ekker wrote:

>>> Gerv replied to my original message, but my message itself
>>> didn't make it through moderation.  so please approve my original
>>> message.
>> I can assure you it was approved. And I have your email in my
>> folder, so it definitely went through the list. Apparently you did
>> not get a copy of your own message with Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2016
>> 21:27:47 +0100.
>> Check if your message is in spam.  If you don't find it, send me a
>> copy of your original message with the full headers and I'll see
>> if there's something there that might have caused a problem.
> I didn't see it, but then again, I use Gmail and Gmail doesn't show
> duplicate messages with the same ID. That's why I looked in the list
> archives, but I didn't see my message there either:
>  It may be possible that you (and Gerv) see the message because you
> are moderators? That's the way some listservers work (e.g.
> SmartList), although I don't think pipermail works that way. Please
> check the source of the message to see if it contains any listserver
> directives specifying the error.

I apologize for explaining what you already knew; our messages crossed
in the system.

For what it's worth, I received the message in question (before
receiving Gerv's reply, AFAICT) without issues, despite not being a
moderator of any mailing list in the past decade.

   The Wanderer, having difficulty figuring out how to describe some TB
behaviors to report them as longstanding bugs...

The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one
persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all
progress depends on the unreasonable man.         -- George Bernard Shaw

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