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Commits on Apr 29, 2013
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    Sum active/inactive bug counts and use lifecycles to get statuses

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    The hardcoded statuses missed the "patched" status; using lifecycles
    fixes it.
Commits on Apr 27, 2013
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    Merge branch 'rt4'

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Commits on Apr 20, 2013
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Commits on Apr 11, 2013
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    Revert "Remove support for pre-2006 public dist/bug pages"

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    The latest releases of at least 542 distributions point to some of these
    old-school URLs in their META files [1].  There's also a lot of POD
    pointing at them [2].  It's far too optimistic to remove these URLs
    anytime in the future, even if the tools which may be using them as
    defaults are updated [3].  First rule of the internet: don't break links!
    So we're stuck with 'em.
    
    This reverts commit 2630ea4.
    
    [1] See __END__ below.  MetaCPAN is awesome.
    [2] http://grep.cpan.me/?q=%5CQrt.cpan.org%2FNoAuth%5CE
    [3] Including, but not limited to:
    
        • Module::Build
        • Dist::Zilla
        • ExtUtils::MakeMaker
        • Module::Install
        • Module::Build::Bundle
    
    __END__
    use strict;
    use warnings;
    use List::Util 'max';
    
    use ElasticSearch;
    my $es = ElasticSearch->new(
        servers     => 'api.metacpan.org',
        no_refresh  => 1,
        transport   => 'http',
    );
    my $scroller = $es->scrolled_search(
        query       => { match_all => {} },
        size        => 100,
        search_type => 'scan',
        scroll      => '5m',
        index       => 'v0',
        type        => 'release',
        fields  => [ "name" , "resources.bugtracker.web", "metadata.generated_by" ],
        filter  => {
            and => [
                { exists    => { field  => "resources.bugtracker.web" }},
                { term      => { status => "latest" }},
            ],
        },
    ) or die "Connecting to api.metacpan.org failed";
    
    my %dist;
    while ( my $result = $scroller->next ) {
        my ($name, $bugs) = @{$result->{fields}}{"name", "resources.bugtracker.web"};
        next unless $bugs =~ m{\Qrt.cpan.org/NoAuth\E}i;
        $dist{$name} = $bugs;
    }
    
    my $max_length = max map { length } keys %dist;
    
    printf "%-*s %s\n", $max_length, $_, $dist{$_}
        for sort keys %dist;
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    Mark the ticket export query join as distinct to avoid a performance …

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    …penalty
    
    This eliminates the need for a temporary table.
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    Improve the query for exporting tickets to SQLite

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    Using RT::Tickets without using FromSQL often leads to ugly and
    unexpected behaviour due to the internals.  While that underlying
    problem should be fixed, it isn't happening anytime soon.
    
    By switching to a combination of FromSQL and the explicit "vanilla"
    versions of Join/Limit, we pick up the standard set of limits that
    FromSQL implies:
    
                 Status != deleted
        AND EffectiveId  = id
        AND        Type  = ticket
    
    The status limit prevents "Deep recursion" warnings triggered by
    RT::Tickets::Next skipping over deleted tickets in long runs.  The other
    two limits improve the accuracy of the export by eliminating tickets
    merged into other tickets and not counting reminders or approvals that
    may have strayed into the database.
    
    While the switch from Join/_SQLLimit to the RT::SearchBuilder:: versions
    is not strictly necessary, I think it enhances the explicitness of
    what's effectively happening and avoids touching the "ticketsql"
    subclause added by FromSQL.
Commits on Apr 10, 2013
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    Information about sponsors

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    Rename the /NoAuth/cpan/ placeholder

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    A placeholder with the real name overwrite the real data whenever we
    update the extension in production.
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Commits on Apr 8, 2013
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    Use the 4.0/joins-bundling patch which is not yet merged into RT core

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    It resolves pathological SQL generation from TicketSQL containing many
    OR'd watcher conditions.  The most extreme cases go from ~80s per query
    to less than 1s.
Commits on Apr 6, 2013
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    Resizable <select> boxes

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    Easier picking through version and column form inputs.  Requested, quite
    reasonably, by ETHER.
Commits on Apr 5, 2013
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    Tweak the Severity CF display

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    Render it as a dropdown since it's a single value select and sort it
    first when showing/editing CFs (ahead of queue-level Broken in/Fixed
    in).
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    Remove "Extract Article" from the ticket action menu

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    rt.cpan.org doesn't use articles, and there's no core rights check
    guarding this menu action.
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    Provide actions for moving from patched to open and resolved

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    Patched was added but no transitions were defined out.
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    Only auto-open new or stalled tickets on replies from non-requestors

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    All other transitions to open must be explicit.  The general consensus
    from authors is that this is preferable and creates less busy work.
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    Add the OpenTicket transition right and deny it to the public user

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    There's still a Privileged/Unprivileged split between Bitcard and OpenID
    users internally, so denying it is unfortunately necessary.
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    Expunge Hook::LexWrap in a fire

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    It completely ruins all stacktraces when it's used, even if they don't
    go through the wrapped method.  There's no need for any of it's magic
    for a simple wrap.
Commits on Apr 4, 2013
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Commits on Apr 3, 2013
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    Syntax error

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    sudo is no longer necessary

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    Updates from the dev box

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    More robust error handling when pulling live

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    The previous error handling assumed that output on STDOUT meant success,
    which is not always correct.  Be more nuanced about error detection and
    handling and provide better diagnostics.  A few of the previous fatal
    errors are now only warnings.
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    Adjust the quicksearch links patch to apply more cleanly

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    Squashing the hunks from the first commit into the second commit lets
    patch(1) detect that the patch is already applied and respond
    accordingly.
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    Fix indent

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Commits on Apr 2, 2013
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    Instead of removing the entire Tools menu, just remove Articles

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    We may want to enable articles for rt.cpan.org at a later date, but for
    now disable menu access.
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Commits on Apr 1, 2013
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    Correct NOT IN operator patch

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    Patch for NOT IN

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Commits on Mar 30, 2013
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    Adaptively autocomplete distribution or module names when finding a q…

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    …ueue
    
    If the user types a colon, we assume they're looking for a module name
    and switch to mapping modules to distributions via api.metacpan.org.
    
    If the user hasn't yet typed a colon, we preserve the long-standing
    expectation of distribution names and autocomplete against rt.cpan.org
    queue names.
    
    This means that typing "App::Prove" finds you Test-Harness and typing
    "LWP::U" finds you libwww-perl.  It also ensures that typing "libwww"
    autocompletes to libwww-perl for anyone familiar with rt.cpan.org's
    historical expectations.
Commits on Mar 27, 2013
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