[drupal-devel] Re: [drupal-docs] issues listings reverse
borismann at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 00:05:46 UTC 2005
Actually, oldest at the top is actually "chronologically" (from the
past to the present). Blog posts et al are "reverse chronologically"
(from the present to the past).
And I agree, good call.
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 10:28:12 +0100, Bèr Kessels <berkessels at gmx.net> wrote:
> Cross posting this to -docs ML, because people in there will have good ideas
> about this too.
> Whenever I look into the patch queue, I start at the end, wlaking up slowly.
> This works very well, because:
> * you can close a lot of them.
> * you are looking at them chonologically.
> * less chance of duplicating (old) bugs.
> * we get mails of the bugs/features etc when they are new anyway, s owe do not
> miiss new features because they are "on the last page".
> So I suggest we turn around all these listings  to speed up cleaning of
> the queues. So oldest first, newest last.
> At least try my approach once (starting at the end). You will notice it works
> pretty well.
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