Order of packages on REVU (was: Re: Frustration)
sistpoty at ubuntu.com
Sat Nov 10 23:12:31 GMT 2007
Am Sonntag 04 November 2007 16:39:48 schrieb Emmet Hikory:
> Stefan Potyraのメッセージに:
> > Am Sonntag 04 November 2007 15:53:39 schrieb Emmet Hikory:
> > > First:
> > > Oldest-first list of packages where there is at least one
> > > advocation, and any comments after the advocation are by the uploader.
> > >
> > > Second:
> > > Oldest-first list of packages where any comments since the last
> > > upload are by the uploader.
> > >
> > > Third:
> > > Oldest-first list of all remaining packages
> > That would mean that completely new uploads fall in the third catagory
> > and would end up pretty much at the bottom... is this intended?
> My apologies, I should have made it more explicit that by "any" I
> mean "zero or more". If there is a new upload, it should appear at
> the bottom of the second section. If the uploader comments, it should
> not adjust the position. If a reviewer comments, and advocates, it
> should move to the first section. If a reviewer comments and does not
> advocate, it should move to the third section.
Thanks for pkern finding my silly error, it's done now.
I needed to change the semantics a little bit to produce something usable:
The first sorting criteria is new package/package in archive (to keep these
Then follows s.th. not unlike to the following logic:
* The first subordering then is the number of negative advocates, where a
negative advocation means that a reviewer/admin has commented on and not
advocated, and is also not the uploader.
* The next subordering is the number of advocations.
* The final subordering is the date of upload.
There may land another update, which splits these "catagories" into separate
tables, timeline unsure though *g*.
P.S.: did I mention that patches are of course very welcome?
: See <https://code.launchpad.net/~revu-hackers/revu/trunk> for the exact
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