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02/15/2018 12:00:47 PM (21 months ago)
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  • Ticket #3239, comment 11

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    11So you'd be totally against any mechanism other than subscribing every dev that is listed as a contributor to every support request, Even if there was another way to automate the same process but to a perhaps use a url supplied deliberately by developers instead?
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    3 I'm pro people needing to be updated. I can also see the counter-argument that for a lot of developers and businesses using WordPress this might not be the only way to achieve the thing we want, whilst accommodating others as well.
     3I'm pro people needing to be updated. I was unaware of the RSS option, and subscribe button not being auto-activated for things I've submitted. I can also see the counter-argument that for a lot of developers and businesses using WordPress this might not be the only way to achieve the thing we want, whilst accommodating others as well.
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     5I think both sides maybe need to take a break and come back at this when cooler heads are prevailing. It seems like knee-jerk to knee-jerk and honestly a bit of la-la-la not listening on the fact that there are two pluin authors here that have said we (accepted a minority) have a problem. I stopped being sold on emails being the answer after a chat in slack, but I'm definitely not sold that the button, or RSS are solutions either.
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     7Mark as wontfix if you like (I just changed the status) it removed, but please leave open so that you're honestly representing "We don't care about this" as opposed to "It's been solved" because it hasn't.
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