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order comments by mf2 dt-published or dt-updated #1104

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snarfed opened this issue Nov 27, 2015 · 2 comments
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order comments by mf2 dt-published or dt-updated #1104

snarfed opened this issue Nov 27, 2015 · 2 comments

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@snarfed snarfed commented Nov 27, 2015

...if available. looks like right now they're ordered by webmention receipt time.

requested here by @beck24. the use case is bridgy (etc), since it polls and so it often sends multiple comments in batches.

example: these two comments on http://known.mattbeckett.me/2015/buy-nothing-this-black-friday :

happy thanksgiving btw!

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kylewm added a commit to kylewm/Known that referenced this issue Feb 9, 2016
previously array_shift(array_pop(...)); was probably failing but
hidden by the insidious @ operator

Fixes idno#1104
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@snarfed snarfed commented Feb 10, 2016

🎉 🙏

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@jaduncan jaduncan commented Mar 26, 2017

I'm currently getting incorrectly ordered comments on FB and Twitter comments sent from bridgy. I'm running 0.9.2 as provided by Reclaim Hosting (stock, I would think) and the order is broken in that, while comments from different bridgy pushes are ordered correctly, if bridgy is picking up multiple comments in one check (let's say that 10 have been added since bridgy last scanned FB) then the order within those 10 comments is random.

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