[development] Issue queue links from project pages?

Margie Roswell mroswell at gmail.com
Thu May 7 01:07:47 UTC 2009

I decided that I like it. Though I think it would be better if the
Maintainers block were listed below the other two issue blocks. The Issues
block is the far more important one for most users, and shouldn't risk being
too far "below the fold" on mobile devices.

I'll be clicking most often on the "x total" link in the Issues block.

(I agree that some of the other blocks on the issue queue tend to be

Thanks for your work on d.o.



On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 8:19 PM, Derek Wright <drupal at dwwright.net> wrote:

> On May 6, 2009, at 1:36 PM, Margie Roswell wrote:
>  I'm not getting it. The issues block disappears when you're actually in
>> the issue queue.
> If you already drilled down to the issue queue, why do you still need the
> summary blocks?
>  Can the Issues and Recent Issues blocks be made to display when we're
>> actually in the issue queue?
> A) Seems like a huge waste of screen real estate.  I'd rather there were no
> blocks on the issue queue pages, frankly.
> B) That's technically hard because the view isn't registering itself in the
> menu system in such a way that menu_get_object() can find the $project
> context so that the block knows this is a page associated with a given
> project.  (Sorry if that doesn't make sense, see
> http://drupal.org/node/431726 for a little background if that helps).  We
> *could* hard-code some hacks into the block to still sort of make this work,
> but it'd be ugly, and IMHO not worth it, especially since I don't want these
> blocks (any blocks, really) to show up on the issue queue pages...
> -Derek (dww)

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