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bug#22115: (no subject)

From: Luis Felipe López Acevedo
Subject: bug#22115: (no subject)
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2016 09:30:42 -0500
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On 2016-12-18 05:14, address@hidden wrote:
Luis Felipe López Acevedo <address@hidden> skribis:

This bug is fixed in the website now:


It really looks nicer this way, thank you!

Initially the reason to include all the packages on this page (not just
those having issues) was that we could have links from, say,
/packages/c.html#coreutils to /packages/issues.html#coreutils.  However
that never happened.

I was going to ask why list all packages, but focused on the bug instead :)

Should we just list packages with actual issues? Or should we add those

For now, I'd remove the packages without issues. This would help reduce the size of the page, which is almost 2 MiB (I use 1 MiB as a limit for desktop browsers).

Soon™, I'd like to propose a package pages design where the package-list page indicates if a package has issues, and the package issues are listed in a package detail page (which does not exist yet). The current issues page would disappear. But I'll open a separate bug/proposal for this :)

Luis Felipe López Acevedo

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