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- Feb 8 2011, 1:28 AM (340 w, 4 d)
Thu, Aug 17
Can you cover these cases in your test plan?
Wed, Aug 16
Yes. In Mercurial, branch heads may be "Open" or "Closed".
I'm going to merge this into T12963, which isn't exactly the same but overlaps this substantially. It's possible we'll pursue a more narrow "vacation review" mode eventually, but we'd want to finish T12963 first and make sure it didn't adequately address this problem on its own.
Tue, Aug 15
Practically, msortv() and PhutilSortVector are now the solution here. They provide high-performance (no usort*()), multi-dimensional, stable, explicitly typed sort.
Just sweeping this up, rewriting the property display to show +x seems reasonable to me but I think it's self-evident enough that we don't need to keep a task around for it.
I don't think this meets the high bar required by modern feature requests (see "Upstreamable Feautures" in Planning).
(This isn't anything upstream-actionable.)
This seems to have calmed down.
We appear to have survived this. D18398 removed the double writes. There's a bit more cleanup (we could remove the edge type and actually destroy the older data) but that can happen whenever we get around to it.
This is five years old, and doesn't meet the requirements of a modern feature request. If you're still interested in this, feel free to start a new discussion on Discourse.
This doesn't meet the criteria of a modern feature request and predates significant changes to the inline comment UI. If this is still an issue, feel free to start a new discussion on Discourse.
Closing this for lack of feedback, feel free to resurrect it if you get back to it.
This isn't a bug; they aren't subscribers, and aren't listed in "Subscribers" in the right-hand column or in "Subscribers" in "Edit Task".
I don't think this clearly describes a root problem. PHI33 touches on similar issues, and I'll file something vaguely in this realm if anything comes of that.
Mon, Aug 14
I just clicked through it, I don't think there's any reason for staff to be there normally.
I find the timeline icons in Differential useful sometimes.
There doesn't seem to be anything actionable remaining on our end.
- Fix typo of "disalbed".
We still get a tiny mess where administrators clicking "pin" might mean "pin by default for all users" or "pin by default for just me" but that's reasonable to clarify in the workflow.
Currently, users may hide or reorder builtin queries. With the simplest version of the plan above, users will lose that ability: builtin queries will always be visible (unless hidden by an administrator) and always at the bottom of the list.
@aleb, if you like to continue discussion of this please use the appropriate channels, as @chad suggested above (at the time, they were Conpherence and Ponder, but the appropriate channel is now the community forum -- see: Discourse).
Sat, Aug 12
In https://hackerone.com/reports/259246 (not currently disclosed) a researcher found an actual issue with figlet. Although it would probably be hard to develop into a practical attack, it does make me feel better about the decision to pull all this stuff into PHP (not just dot) when the dot issue was originally identified.
They should fix themselves once the instance is suspended.