On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:47 AM, <p...@talk21.com> wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> After running rb-site install and visiting the website, I get errors about
> a couple of directories not being writeable. The web page helpfully
> suggests a couple of "chmod -R" commands. However on Fedora the SELinux
> profile for the httpd process prevents writing regardless of unix
> permissions. I'm not sure if there's anything Fedora can do to make that
> easier for users, perhaps it's just something to document. The SELinux
> Troubleshooter correctly indicates how to workaround this issue.
> Hi Christian,
> With my test site up and running, I had a brief look around. Here are a
> few issues I noticed on the admin pages:
> On the Admin dashboard, System Information section on left hand side
> 1) Both "Review Emails" and "Email TLS Authentication" are hyperlinks to
> the same page. Should they be different links or would one link would be
Yeah, they're just all quick ways of jumping to the setting for the page.
The sidebar is meant to be a quick at-a-glance of certain setting values,
and clicking on them takes you to the page containing that setting. There's
going to be some overlap.
> 2) "Indexed Search" links to "/admin/settings/general", which is the same
> as the "General" link at the system settings section. Perhaps this is
> influence by my install not having PyLucene. Should "Indexed Search" link
> to a different page?
Nope, same as above.
> 3) General Settings admin page mentions "PyLucene (with JCC) is required
> to enable search. See the
> instructions.". The documentation link points to
> that serves up a 404 Not Found page.
I'll make sure to fix the link for the next release.
> 4) Review Board Activity: Clicking on the four toggle buttons (Reviews,
> Comments, Review Requests, Changes) affects how much data is plotted. The
> graph goes from four datasets down to one. Deactivating the last toggle
> greys out the last button, but doesn't remove the last dataset from the
> graph (tested on Firefox 17, Fedora 17).
Would you mind filing a bug on this one? I'll see what we can do about it.
Hoping to get some unit tests in place for these widgets in time.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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