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- Feb 18 2015, 5:26 PM (235 w, 3 d)
Nov 8 2017
We need something like this too because the exporter doesn't include points at the moment.
Oct 17 2017
Mar 16 2017
We've started using countdowns on our dashboard as well and it's a little distracting/stressful to have that keep updating. It would be cool to have it fully customizable but the compromise plan you posted about would work well for us too.
Jan 10 2017
Thanks a lot for the quick fix here. Works great now. Was the change to get rid of potential arc commands in the Diffusion review intentional or is that also a bug?
I dunno, I get this error every time. I just tried it again patching back on the same repo that generated the diff:
hmm, that's pretty much it. lemme make sure i'm not missing anything
- Create a diffusion review with arc diff
- Run arc patch <ID of review>
Sep 26 2016
Jul 7 2016
I just ran into the issue with this error on Windows:
Usage Exception: arc diff` is only supported under git, hg, svn.`
Jun 7 2016
Mar 31 2016
This is useful, but are there any plans to add this functionality to the GUI? Would be nice to have for when we're doing some housekeeping
Is there any way to take an existing project and make it into a subproject? I don't see any discussion of that in here
Mar 15 2016
Ok, I was able to add the user to the project by adding him to one of the subprojects. I guess that works for us. Thanks for your help.
Oh, I totally misunderstood what you said.
I have also archived both subprojects in an attempt to workaround this and I still can't add users to the parent project.
Both subprojects are set to "All Users" for their permissions
I was calling it a zombie because I couldn't join it or change any of the settings on it even though it said I had permissions to do so. Maybe not the best description.
Ok, I was able to join the subproject by setting permissions on the parent project to allow joining by "All Users"
I still can't add users to the parent project though
The original error message seems to be improved, btw, but I also seem to have a zombie subproject now.
Upgraded to 121e68e3 and the problem is still there
Oh and we're at 31984a78ee at the moment. I may run an upgrade here in a bit just to see if the newer version fixes anything.
It looks like any project with subprojects has the "Add Member" link grayed out.
Hi guys, any update on this? It looks like I can't add members to the parent project either so subprojects seems to be making a mess of things at the moment.
Feb 23 2016
I can't make a workboard either for the subproject. When I click "Create Workboard" it doesn't do anything
Oh ok, so I guess that doesn't matter then
Hmm, that looks like the same process.
Yeah, running a version from Friday: 5eecff91cdd3
Feb 10 2016
Yes, I think that's what I've observed as well.
Feb 9 2016
Jan 29 2016
You're welcome. Thanks for the quick fix.
Dec 28 2015
Guess I'll report this to them
Oh wait, I see now that the issue is in a plugin I have installed
Apr 17 2015
Probably don't need the dialog at all IMO.
Apr 3 2015
So after talking more, here are the main issues:
Yeah, we have a nice dashboard going but that's just a homepage thing right?
Hmm, yeah navigating via search box isn't too bad. Maybe it would be better if your pinned apps were listed first? If I try to get to maniphest I have to type out "mani" before it's at the top of the list. Not a big deal but a little more convenient.
I guess the issue is just that it takes an extra page load to get from one place to another. Everything has to go through the homepage.
Oh ok, duh. Thanks
Mar 31 2015
Mar 30 2015
Hmm yeah, that's a good point.
My thoughts on this. (Not that I'm so important, but I'll leave them here rather than T7702)
My suggestion in there was to only send an email if the notification was unread for a set period of time and to not mark notifications read just because an email was sent.
Haha ok, I'll put my thoughts on one of those so you can have one less task to worry about.
I'm just reopening to call attention to my last comment/suggestion.
Ok yeah, this does seem to be working.
If I might offer a suggestion, it would be cool if this worked similar to how slack works in that if a notification is not marked unread after configurable time then it still sends you an email. That way you won't be bombarded with email if Phab is open, but if you're away from your desk you'll get emails to let you know that something is happening.
Oh, so if I disable email, then the icon will work? I'll give that a shot
Mar 21 2015
Great. Thanks for the fix
Gotcha. Need any more info from me for this?
BTW, what server software are you running here? Ours is on Apache. I wonder if that might explain the difference.
Getting rid of the flush seems to fix it on it's own.
Whoa, that was it!
I reverted and it works now!
I'd be happy to help out there, though I may need a bit of handholding.
Is there any risk of us losing data due to rolling back to a previous schema?
This is becoming more a pain for us because one of our devs is checking in from a Mac and there doesn't seem to be a client for OSX that doesn't hit a similar error.
I'll update again if he finds something that works. If anyone has any other suggestions, please let me know.
It seems like Phabricator wouldn't have much to do with the TLS connection closing early (which seems to be what some posts on the gnutls board would suggest cause this) but nothing else coincides with this breaking. I would think it would be an Apache thing, but it's a mystery at the moment.
Mar 19 2015
So the instructions on this page (adjusted for 1.9.1) fixed my problem: http://askubuntu.com/questions/186847/error-gnutls-handshake-falied-when-connecting-to-https-servers/187199#187199
I'm up to b7fa55ff93 btw
Ok, it looks like we're rejecting SSLv3 now. Still no success with git though.
I'll disable that now
I'm assuming the current secure.phabrication.com install is at HEAD?
Hmm looks like that works fine too. Weird problem.
That one worked.
Cloning into 'www.pcwebshop.co.uk'... fatal: unable to access 'https://www.pcwebshop.co.uk/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none
Yep, that does work.
It's not just pulls btw. Any git server operation (clone, fetch, push, etc) fails
That repo only supports ssh but I'm doing https. Can you enable https for it?
It's git 1.9.1 distributed via Ubuntu package.
I saw some of those pages too and some people are saying that if you recompile with a different lib it makes that error go away but if it was that problem it seems odd that it would just start happening now.
Mar 18 2015
One more update on this. Sorry for spamming you guys.
Oh, and one other change I had made was enabling local file storage. I turned that off just to be sure and it's still broken.
In case it's helpful, these are my apache logs when trying to do a pull:
184.108.40.206 - - [18/Mar/2015:17:25:05 +0000] "GET /diffusion/API/konekt-rest-api.git/info/refs?service=git-upload-pack HTTP/1.1" 401 2384 "-" "git/1.9.1" 220.127.116.11 - - [18/Mar/2015:17:25:09 +0000] "GET /diffusion/API/konekt-rest-api.git/info/refs?service=git-upload-pack HTTP/1.1" 401 555 "-" "git/1.9.1" 18.104.22.168 - reuben [18/Mar/2015:17:25:09 +0000] "GET /diffusion/API/konekt-rest-api.git/info/refs?service=git-upload-pack HTTP/1.0" 200 1179 "-" "git/1.9.1"
Mar 16 2015
Heh ok, sorry for bugging you.
Hey, just wondering if you guys were still planning on doing this. It would be nice to have a way to track the expected complexity of a task for planning purposes and being able to assign points would be great for that.