Nevermind about that last point, I see
Apr 27 2017
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Feb 29 2016
Also, Phame appears to sort posts by descending post ID number so even if I write over an old draft with new content it's going to sort way down. This is more part of my usual workflow: write some content, decide against it being a good idea, can't delete, ???, write over?
I've fixed this but someone still left a draft on my internal blog that I can't now delete. I considered just writing over it but it preserves their username on the authorship.
Since T10477 was closed as a duplicate of this task but ctrl+f "delete" turns up nothing I guess I'll repost my comment here: I can't find any way to delete a Phame draft or post. This means that exploration by new users is irreversible and my list of draft grows monotonically and becomes progressively more cluttered over time. Because the URLs are prettified, it's also not clear how to use bin/remove to delete a post object or what the object ID might be.
Dec 16 2015
Dec 1 2015
cool, looks like that fixes it. thanks!
Dec 30 2014
Ok: I can rephrase this task in terms of the problem I'm trying to solve and the motivation for solving it rather than "Gantt chart pls". If I do that it will make your comment here look out of context. Should I add the new description in a comment? Go ahead and overwrite the description above? Close this task and open a new one?
Jun 4 2014
Looks like this is this parallel work to D7326, right? Should one of these be finished?
This seems like a great idea... what happened to this review? Was this feature abandoned?