[development] Perm for setting RTBC - Re: RTBC - how does it work?
Chad Phillips -- Apartment Lines
chad at apartmentlines.com
Tue Jul 3 15:59:21 UTC 2007
to this excellent list i would like to add:
- the ability to manually subscribe/unsubscribe to/from an issue.
the 'my issues' queue would be much friendlier if this level of
intelligence was added. my 'my issues' screen currently has about 5
pages, maybe 3 of which contain issues where i left a passing
comment, and am no longer focusing on.
- somebody mentioned it before, but let's make sure it's counted: a
way to perform some mass operations on the results of the search
page. like mass changing the status of issues, or mass assigning/
- this may be reaching a little, but AJAX teasers for issues?
i think the above would help to make the search results pages operate
more like a 'command center' for patch reviews.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 4:01 AM, Neil Drumm wrote:
> - Selecting things in small select boxes is a pain. You can't see your
> full selection and lose it with one click while not holding down the
> right keys. I would recommend checkboxes instead.
> - There is no way to select all of 5.x or 4.7.x.
> - The defaults include support requests. Does anyone actually leave
> that selected?
> - There are better page layout mechanisms than the arbitrary table.
> Make sure things are in places that make sense.
> - A little bit more descriptive text can get new users up to speed
> faster, but not get in the way of power users.
> On to the results page:
> - This is a good page to come back to, but getting a specific url for
> it requires knowing to click the # hidden at the bottom. We should go
> directly to the permanent link.
> - The dropdowns are inadequate to represent your search and are often
> wrong. A full description of the search should be shown, even if it is
> not editable. The dropdowns should probably be skipped all together.
> - There is no way to get to a pre-filled advanced search screen from
> your current results. Making minor adjustments to the search is
> impossible, unless you are lucky enough to have it in your browser
> - A line saying how many issues were found would help with tracking
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