Labels: Type-Enhancement Priority-Medium
New issue 1912 by ericjohn...@alumni.brown.edu: Some way to purge old
For audit-trail purposes, we're not sure we want data in reviewboard to
stick around forever. Specifically, the official record of what was done
should be maintained in version control, and the details of how a specific
commit came to be are either extra data to slow down the system, or
something lawyers rub their hands together in glee about, because it is
more data for them to find in discovery.
If we could purge data older than a certain time (one or two years in our
case), that would be great.
Bonus points for also noting (a) users no longer associated with reviews,
and being able to remove those, (b) groups with no users, and removing
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