Following Directions

Sigh. I know people don't read directions. I know that, when you want to get someone to read something, brevity is better: the less there is to read, the more likely the recipient is to read it.

But when the first line of a Bugzilla mail says "Do not reply to this email. To comment on this bug, please visit: (URL)", you'd think that people would, you know, just click on the damned link. How is it easier to hit reply, delete "bugzilla-daemon@xfce.org" from the "to" line, and paste my email address in there?

(Ok, spambots, have at the bugzilla-daemon address. It goes directly to /dev/null anyway.)

So now, Xfce Bugzilla emails start with this: "DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Also, do not reply via email to the person whose email is mentioned below. To comment on this bug, please visit: (URL)."

Hopefully that's clear enough, and not too long for the ridiculously lazy among us to read.