I didn’t use the stock Mail app for a year anymore … for reasons.
But I made an issue (/e/ was 0.13 then): the Mail app doesn’t survive a Flight Mode.
Yesterday I got a message from GitLab, the issue has been closed, the last comment tells more about the reason:
This issue has not shown any activity for a while.
It may be outdated or may have been fixed by a new release.
If you think that this issue is still relevant you can reopen it
and post a comment to provide updates on the topic.
Now you know it: the issue, this idler, has not shown any activity.
I open an issue because of a serious problem, the issue is then confirmed by others who also have it, the issue gets at least two milestones (0.15 and 0.20) but remains still unsolved for a year, and is then declared as dead. This is as good as solved as long as nobody contradicts. – What ridiculous kind of issue management is this? And who else will still open an issue knowing that?
Nevertheless the problem is still there. I checked it this morning because it’s very easy. The damned Mail app does still not survive a Flight Mode (at least this was the test result on my device). This could also have been recognized by someone else if there would be one who has really an interest in this and some kind of responsibility. I told exactly how to reproduce this. – Doesn’t matter at all. The entire problem and the user do not matter at all.
Murena has a serious problem here. I call their issue management unprofessional.
Yes, I’m not happy with that.