Order of packages on REVU (was: Re: Frustration)
sistpoty at ubuntu.com
Sun Nov 4 15:25:09 GMT 2007
Am Sonntag 04 November 2007 15:53:39 schrieb Emmet Hikory:
> Am 11/4/07, schreib Stefan Potyra:
> > Am Freitag 02 November 2007 14:27:42 schrieb Jeffrey Ratcliffe:
> > [..]
> > > The order of the packages on REVU seems to be semi-random.
> > [..]
> > It's not semi-random, but rather mainly based on activity (iirc, number
> > of comments, number of advocations play a role in the order). The formula
> > to calculate the order of displayed packages however is quite obscure,
> > and I'm happy to change it to something more reasonable. What do you
> > think about using FIFO (oldest first)? Other suggestions?
> I'd like something a little more complex:
grml... the current sql query is already very complex *g*.
> Oldest-first list of packages where there is at least one
> advocation, and any comments after the advocation are by the uploader.
> Oldest-first list of packages where any comments since the last
> upload are by the uploader.
> Oldest-first list of all remaining packages
> The reasoning is that the first batch is highest priority: likely
> being packages that are ready to be sponsored into the archive. The
> second batch is next most important, likely being packages that seek a
> first advocate, and need review. The third batch is last, likely
> representing rejections or requests for rework, and so not requiring
> immediate attention.
That would mean that completely new uploads fall in the third catagory and
would end up pretty much at the bottom... is this intended?
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