Oh, I see. Interesting. Can you file a bug on this? I'll get to it for 1.0.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Sun, May 31, 2009 at 2:42 PM, James Turnbull <ja...@lovedthanlost.net>wrote:
> Christian Hammond wrote:
> > We don't delete anything permanently in Review Board. Usually it's best
> > not to, as it's still part of the history of the development process. We
> > also don't want discarding to be a dangerous operation so it just marks
> > a review request such that we can hide it.
> Sure - understand that concept.
> > If you truly want to delete it, you'll need to be set as an
> > administrator. There would then be a Close -> Delete Permanently. It can
> > also be done through the admin UI. However, it's not something we
> > recommend, and not something that will be made available to non-admin
> The issue is that Review Requests (non-draft) can be deleted via the
> Close tab. Review requests (Draft) cannot. Via admin or not. The
> Close tab does not appear.
> James Turnbull
> Author of:
> * Pro Linux Systems Administration
> * Pulling Strings with Puppet
> * Pro Nagios 2.0
> * Hardening Linux
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