[opensource-dev] Option to send notices to email even when online

Boroondas Gupte sllists at boroon.dasgupta.ch
Sat Sep 18 04:25:15 PDT 2010


 On 09/18/2010 07:42 AM, Marc Adored wrote:
> I wasn't sure if this is the right place to post this but on the
> https://lists.secondlife.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo page it says
> sldev has been moved here
Yes, the list was moved quite some time ago. The old name was the same
as that of a much older but unrelated inworld group, so this step was
taken to avoid confusion between the two programs.

> I posted a jira for this option because I couldn't find an existing
> jira and just wanted to get the word out about it and see others
> opinions on it. I know there are other people who at one point and
> time needed a past notice to review past events to make better
> decisions on current events and didn't have in in their email because
> they where online when the notice was sent out. Specially in large
> groups with lots of RP action and disciplinary notices.
>
> The jira is at:
> http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-6330
I think I've seen a jira issue about the same topic some time ago, but
can't seem to find it again. However I found SVC-4547
<http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/SVC-4547> which is similar, but about
IMs (not group notices) and also mentions "IM to email when Busy", which
would be very useful for some, too.

To allow maximum flexibility with minimum UI clutter, one could replace
the current checkboxes for these settings with drop down lists:

    Send incoming personal IMs to email:
    Send group notices to email:

(For those receiving this mail as text-only: The options in both the
drop downs are: "Always", "When offline or busy", "When offline" and
"Never".)
What server side changes would be needed for those options to work, I
don't know.

Cheers,
Boroondas

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