Aug 11 2020
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Apr 15 2020
I get the sense that most of this discussion is around diffs, but we've been having issues with the default size of 8 showing in code blocks in Phriction causing more wrapping than we would like.
Apr 30 2019
Mar 25 2019
Feb 20 2019
After D20194, expansion of tabs now uses the correct rule (expand tabs to the next tabstop) instead of the old rule (hard-coded replacement with a fixed number of spaces).
Feb 17 2019
Dec 12 2018
Sep 13 2018
I don't currently plan to make "Disable User" any more granular than it is. If you have a use case where you want multiple administrator levels and to allow administrators at a certain level to act downward but not upward, you might be able to do something like have an enforcer-bot account which users can instruct to disable one another. The enforcer-bot itself could act via the API.
Aug 28 2018
Aug 27 2018
"Disable User", specifically, is now granular.
Mar 13 2018
Yeah, that was the commit that reminded me how I wanted this. Unfortunately, it looks like the database still stores literal repositoryPHIDs, so the schema would need to change if it were to handle functions (which is why I bumped the ticket instead of taking a stab at implementing it myself first). I figured I'd add my voice to the ticket for now and continue toiling along with complex Herald rules for now.
After D19191 it would be relatively easy to support projects and wildcard functions (like "Any Repository") but there's currently no interest in this from customers.
I don't suppose there's been any interest in adding wildcards/function matchers to Owners in the last couple of years?
Feb 14 2018
Feb 13 2018
Jan 31 2018
We shipped "Mentions" and "Duplicates" some time ago.
Nov 28 2017
Nov 22 2017
Phabricator messes up tab spacing in patches. It should be very easy to replace tabs with spaces and require the use of only monospace fonts.
Aug 25 2017
I'm going to call this effectively resolved:
Aug 24 2017
Aug 6 2017
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May 19 2017
For me it would be a great enhancement if there would be a shortcut which temporarily toggles this option:
Settings → Personal Settings → APPLICATIONS → Diff Preferences → Show Older Inlines
May 17 2017
If a linter could theoretically catch it (conventions, space, formatting, etc.), I think a linter should (in a perfect world) be catching it.
Do you bucket style guide violations with lint issues? While I obviously can't post internal reviews, I can give you a hand-waving indication that a non-zero percentage of comments are style-related things that aren't caught by linters.
Broadly, the technical stuff here is in fairly good shape now but I still don't truly understand what problem we're solving. From earlier, I dug this up:
May 6 2017
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Apr 12 2017
Thanks, much appreciated! 👍🏻
@chad thanks for sharing your perspective - I will try to share positive feedback as well. Hopefully that will allow the constructive feedback I have to be considered, as I have felt like the feedback and ideas I have shared have often been dismissed or had a very harsh response.
Users can customize their search (like I have below) or you can fork Phabricator to provide a different experience.
Your feedback is continually negative and tone deaf.
@chad I am trying to give constructive feedback to improve the product, including both the pain points and suggested improvements. I am not used to this kind of response to product feedback. It's unfortunate.
You've made it quite clear on multiple occasions Phabricator is a painful product to use for everyone at your company.
Our interest / problems related to this persist. I haven't been vocal as I don't know what else to do other than to share my feedback, but I continue to hear negative feedback internally in our company regarding this issue, per the description above.
This has been open for about two years without a significant amount of additional confusion or interest, so I don't currently plan to change it.