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The default sort of the meetings on the homepage of the application should be by time of the meeting, descending #36

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lucaa opened this issue Oct 10, 2018 · 2 comments

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@lucaa lucaa commented Oct 10, 2018

Currently, in the livetable on the homepage of the meetings app the meetings are sorted alphabetically by title.
While it's a possible sort that can make sense in some situations, there is a sorting criteria that is more probable than this one: by the date of the meeting, most recent meeting first.
Thus, I propose to change the default sort, while, of course, leaving to the user the option to re-sort by whatever criteria they want.

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@acotiuga acotiuga commented Nov 2, 2018

@lucaa I applied for this isssue the quick fix of sorting the issues by the startDate, desc, as I understood from the title. However, the there is a sorting criteria that is more probable than this one: by the date of the meeting, most recent meeting first. statement makes me things that the chosen solution might not be the best. Talking about most recent meetings could mean that tomorrow's meetings are equals to yesterday's meetings in therms of most recent so this kind of sorting would have today's meetings as top results and then past and future meetings will alternate.
Is the current solution OK for this issue? Thanks!
Would you still consider #41 valid?

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@lucaa lucaa commented Dec 7, 2020

@acotiuga see my comment on #41 .

The solution that was implemented for this ticket is fine with me (reverse chronological order of the start dates) , but it appears to have been partially reverted for #41... Let's continue the conversation on #41 about what should "most recent" mean.

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