[Project_owners] $local_conf_commits = OFF;
Douglas E. Warner
silfreed at silfreed.net
Wed Oct 3 19:11:56 PDT 2007
On Wednesday 03 October 2007, Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla wrote:
> Please, we have set $local_conf_commits = OFF; in order to hide local
> commits, and thus this new CVS commit feed should either respect this
> setting or you should add a new one for it.
> You should also first fix the errors because now all my pages are
> broken, and thus our validation claims went up in smoke; which we don't
> like i.e. this features seems like it was introduced prematurely.
> Also, don't use funny names like cvs_rdf.html but use a clear filename
> and file extension; like cvs_commits.rss for example; because that's
> what it is.
> I don't think anyone is waiting for this feature, not without being able
> to filter stuff out, or to completely disable it. I mean; which end
> user is waiting for this kind of info? Will they see commits of
> new/updated XPI's?
I've modified the <link> tag to remove the trailing slash; the trailing slash
is XHTML 1.0 compliant, but not HTML 4.0 compliant, unfortunately.
I've also made modifications so that "$local_conf_commits = OFF" will both
disable the link from being inserted as well as prevent the RSS feed from
working. If people would prefer a separate option for doing these
activities, we can work on that.
This feature was intended as a potential solution for bug#15670
(https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=15670); we're still waiting to
hear if it's acceptable or not.
The filename (cvs_rdf.html) was chosen as a way to fit into our current
project framework with as little modifications as possible. You'll notice
other pages RSS feeds added to the site have similar filenames (but mostly
ending in .php). We try to make sure the Content-Type header is served
correctly, so while it may be ugly, the RSS feed should work properly.
I'm not sure what type of filtering you would like to see to the RSS feed. If
you have recommendations, feel free to file a feature request in bugzilla.
Users would be able to see all project CVS commits (except www/protected
commits) - this was intended as both a way to let users see what's going on
with a project as well as a way for developers to keep apprised of each
PS. I'm not sure if it's the language difference or something else, but please
try to phrase your requests a little nicer; we are pretty willing to help our
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