See PHI806. This is a sensitive request with moderate urgency.
See PHI937, which identifies an issue with packages(project).
See PHI944, where an unusually shaped change is requiring a very large amount of memory to parse.
See PHI936. We could smooth out some language on the Workboards "Point Limit" field when maniphest.points is not configured.
In PHI930, we uncovered a translation string issue:
./bin/phd log --id X Usage Exception: [Invalid Translation!] The "en_US" language data offers variant translations for the plurality or gender of argument 1, but the value for that argument is not an integer, PhutilNumber, or PhutilPerson (it is a value of type "string"). Raw input: <No daemon(s) with id(s) "%s" exist!>.
See PHI943. We should verify the modern behavior of PhabricatorGlobalLock in the presence of KILL <id> on the GET_LOCK() connection. I believe it is clear and explicit after D19702, which made the catch (...) more narrowly scoped.
See PHI904 for a Windows escaping mess.
See PHI841, which includes a request for richer transaction.search results for audits.
See PHI886, which has some more Java syntax highlighter escaping issues.
See PHI570, which identifies some possible fundamental logic issues in Drydock.
See T13212, which requests an additional filter on Drydock Lease searches.
See PHI917, which discusses an issue where disabling bindings in Almanac should knock out Host resources.
See PHI755, which could use verification around WorkingCopy blueprint selection.