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Re: Patch status cleanup - apologies in advance

From: James Lowe
Subject: Re: Patch status cleanup - apologies in advance
Date: Sat, 19 Sep 2015 16:22:45 +0100
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On 19/09/15 15:04, Trevor Daniels wrote:
> James Lowe wrote Saturday, September 19, 2015 1:14 PM
>> I hope people don't mind, but I am doing a bit of housekeeping with some
>> of the issues so that it makes it easier for me to search 'current'
>> issues vs issues that have been closed for days/weeks/months/years.
>> The bulk-edit facility make this easy but I fear it will generate a lot
>> of emails to those that are subscribed - for that I apologize in advance.
> It's a pity you didn't test this before doing a bulk edit, 

But I did. I did a few bulk edits (of 3 or 4 issues at once) about a
week ago. I saw no problems then.

> as it causes all discussion about the affected issues to vanish.  You'll have 
> to go back and edit them all again to recover the discussion (hopefully this 
> will work!).  Yes, it looks like a bug, but it is one we've mentioned several 
> times on the list, together with the work-around.  Unless this is done there 
> is no way to tell if there is any discussion or not.

Has this been raised as a bug?

As I said before, I have not noticed any of this 'loss of discussion'
after editing an issue problem, and I am probably one of the most
prolific users/editors of the issue list. I'd put it down to other users
doing something 'funny' or perhaps something to do with their browsers
or local environment.

As I said, I am sorry for the noise.


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