Subscribing to github issues that I was CC:ed on in bugzilla?

Hmmm I am less sure about that. "is:open involves:@me" returns
"183 Open 240 Closed" however a Bugzilla search for me as reporter or CC
returns 449 open issues.

I think something is still wrong with the "subscriber" lists.
--paulr

Oh, well, you are right. The numbers do not match up for me either when having a closer look.

For example
   https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project/issues/51434
is listing me in CC, but when searching in github issues it isn't included when using the "involves" query either.
So no idea really to find al the issues that I want to re-subscribe to in github :frowning:

/Björn

Thanks! I reported the problem to github

Apparently, text-based search works...
https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project/issues?q=is:open+"@bjope"

Ok, searching that way is of course helpful if I want to find such issues.

But isn't it a bit annoying that those CC fields doesn't count as "mentioned" (or adding me as being a "participant" in the issue)?

I think I'd still need to go through that list and manually click subscribe for each issue (thankfully in my case it isn't that many issues, but I guess other users might have hundreds of issues), if I want to get notifications via email also from github.

/Björn

But isn't it a bit annoying that those CC fields doesn't count as "mentioned" (or adding me as being a "participant" in the issue)?

Maybe this is an outcome of a special path migration worked by. I
asked GitHub this question.