Detailed descriptions of recent, ongoing, and planned development.
May 12 2021
Mar 15 2021
Feb 19 2021
Feb 15 2021
See PHI1997, which discusses things from the perspective of reporting coverage from a build system.
Jan 27 2021
Jan 22 2021
Aug 11 2020
PHI1816 would also like dimensional coverage: coverage by language; coverage by team/owner. This is perhaps worth considering in how coverage is aggregated.
May 26 2020
Continued in T13542.
Apr 23 2020
Apr 22 2020
Filetree stuff is now in T13516: Remove the "filetree" setting (so it's always enabled for everyone).
Apr 17 2020
Apr 13 2020
wilds and experimental have mostly collapsed together into master, and this is survived by T13488.
Mar 2 2020
Feb 13 2020
Nov 11 2019
Oct 29 2019
Sep 23 2019
Sep 20 2019
get rid of all obsolete / policy-violating stuff so no part of the Facts application is broken;
Sep 18 2019
I believe charts in the UI now make physical sense. They aren't very fancy/polished yet, but everything I see on this install looks cohesive (no more overlapping negative areas, weird gaps, general nonsense, etc):
Sep 17 2019
Sep 16 2019
The "compose(...)" function won't select input values correctly if the first function in the chain isn't a data function. For example, if we compose:
D20814 combines nearby points so we don't have tons of overlapping tiny circles. For now, the grouping is just based on X-axis distance:
Sep 13 2019
In stacked area charts, when we stack areas, we accumulate some error by stacking integer points on top of interpolated points.
if prototypes are disabled, some stuff is broken, particularly "View Chart".
Aug 7 2019
This thread suggests that some version of ssh-keygen is sensitive to trailing whitespace in private keys:
Jul 19 2019
Yeah, this is still in a transitional state, it's just been stalled for a bit (not blocked by anything, just other stuff has been getting attention). The two major issues I'm aware of right now are:
Not sure where to report this, but since a recent upgrade at Wikimedia, the new version of the Burnup Graph (now Reports: Burndown), has a tendency to go below zero. I'm aware the old version had inaccuracies so perhaps it was happening before as well but hidden (e.g. artificially replaced with zero or something like that).
Jun 18 2019
See PHI954. The "support pact members" cache is currently updated only when you actually click "Support", but this is often silly and unintuitive.
Jun 5 2019