Ironically, you can't eat it!
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0.00000000001 is very funny and we would be losing a truly great joke at such a young age
Aug 8 2019
See downstream https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T230001 for a similar issue on project pages.
Jul 30 2019
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To reproduce this easily:
May 22 2019
Per D20533, the major query this UI uses is currently unkeyed (no dateCreated key on transaction tables).
May 21 2019
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May 3 2019
The answer here is now pretty unambiguously "Use Webhooks". feed.http-hooks is formally deprecated, Herald remains a terrible idea, and anyone brave enough to touch Doorkeeper can probably figure things out for themselves.
Apr 15 2019
No outstanding customer requests for this.
Changes connected to T13277 likely moot this. If users are pushing temporary personal branches to a repository, configure "Permanent Refs" to exclude them. Commits pushed to these branches will no longer publish feed stories, trigger audits, etc.
Mar 17 2018
aaaannnndddd..... I found it. D19050
What steps did you take to try to find the documentation?
We currently use this extension at BisManOnline to integrate with our CRM system. Also, I believe that the Phabulous Slack Bot uses it as well https://github.com/etcinit/phabulous
Mar 7 2018
Feb 9 2018
I'm planning to build T11330 ("policy-blind" webhooks) instead, and deprecate feed.http-hooks. See that task for details.
Feb 6 2018
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Jun 23 2017
(I think D18132 should fix this once someone gets a chance to look at it.)
Jun 19 2017
This came from D18028, when I changed the Include stories about projects I am a member of. checkbox to be a CheckboxesField. I think the issue is that existing saved queries may have the old value for the field stored (true), instead of the new value (array('self')). These queries would be impossible to construct in the UI now.
Jun 18 2017
Jun 8 2017
Hello, we used this function (add project to a commit by Herald rule) as well happily for about two years (last update of phabricator was 03/16/2016). The current phabricator update (06/06/2017) now lead to messages in the activity feed in the form of "Herald added a project to rXXXXX: <message>: <project>" and the commit itself (or better the message) does not appear anymore. When we disable the Herald rule the commit-messages appear in the feed again as before and expected.
Jun 1 2017
This transaction uses shouldHideForFeed(), which isn't currently supported by Modular Transactions. It got swapped over in D17844 or some related change and we didn't catch that the logic wasn't firing anymore since this is a bit of an obscure case.
Thanks, this reproduces here for me.