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Jim, why couldn’t it have been a calendar invite and the problem was with one email address? You are missing my point, using the same word for two different things is confusing especially if an owner/moderator are new and aren’t familiar with all of these discussions.
That’s like saying I like coffee and I also like coffee. I am using the word coffee for tea also.
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From: Jim Poston [mailto:poston@...]
Sent: Friday, April 03, 2015 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: [beta] Bugfix Friday #changelog
On 3 Apr 2015 at 19:25, Mark Fletcher wrote:
> Bug fixing today:
> * Fixed an issue with invites where the invite was sent to an email address and the
> user had registered with the same email address but the capitalization of the email
> address wasn't the same. (Needed to do a case-insensitive compare).
On 3 Apr 2015 at 21:01, J. Faulkner wrote:
> Was this ‘invite’ for an invitation to join the group or the ‘invite’ that is for a calendar
> entry? This is what I’m talking about by using the same terminology for two totally
> different things. I don’t know which one it is for.
I think it's apparent that it's not a calendar entry because the discussion is about a single email address.
I can understand that you might have a problem with the same word being used for differenet features, but I think in this context it's pretty clear which one it is.
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