T1575 describes a bug wherein renaming a project caused its associated Phriction documents to become inaccessible; this was resolved by moving the Phriction document to the new project's location.
However, documents created //under// the project's root-level document are //not// moved, and are no longer accessible at their original URLs either.
Steps to reproduce:
# create a new project (named, say, `test`)
# create a new Phriction document at `/w/projects/test/`
# create another new Phriction document at `/w/projects/test/subdoc`. Note that both of these documents are correctly listed at `/w/projects`.
# rename the project (say, to `renamed`)
* `/w/projects/test/` redirects to `/w/projects/renamed/` as intended
* `/w/projects` lists `subdoc` under the old/deleted `test` project, not `renamed`; but the linked URL (`/w/projects/test/subdoc`) no longer works
* manually navigating to `/w/projects/renamed/subdoc` doesn't work either
Note that the bug is (fortunately) non-destructive; renaming `renamed` back to `test` makes `/w/projects/test/subdoc` work again.