Right now you get automated messages saying things like:
The following patch updated issue issue1864 with
One problem is that they appear to come from the patch author, which is
less than ideal. Better would be if it came from some robot user like
email@example.com (and attributed the author)
Implementation itself is easy, but we may need(-action) to figure out
how to configure a nobody@ address (or noreply, etc) correctly in exim
so that it just systematically goes to /dev/null.
Note that you'll likely also want to make sure there is a roundup user
for this address and that it is set to never_nosy
The following patch sent by Eric Kow <firstname.lastname@example.org> updated issue issue1948 with
* Resolve issue1948: send BTS update emails as noreply@
1. This avoids confusion from pretending to be somebody we are not
(the patch author)
2. This allows roundup to detect emails from BTS/darcs integration
(because they would all come from a single email address).