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            Bug ID: 58669
           Summary: Gerrit's Change page should provide a useful obvious
                    link to project changes
           Product: Wikimedia
           Version: unspecified
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Unprioritized
         Component: Git/Gerrit
    Classification: Unclassified
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Most of the time I'm in gerrit looking at a patch for a project.  The most
useful link from there is to show other changes for that project.  But there's
no such link.
* The Project name link third down on the left and the top menu's Projects >
General both take me to<MYPROJ> , which I rarely use.
* The other Project submenu links (General Branches Access Dashboards) take me
to other rarely-used administrative pages.

A way to get to a useful list of changes for a project is to click Project >
Dashboards , then click the default "recent" dashboard; and there are many
other workarounds using the search box and bookmarked URLs. But Gerrit should
"just work".

Update: turns out the magnifying glass icon on the left between italic
"Project" and the project name does what I want, it loads the project's default
dashboard! Yay! But showing the default dashboard is _not_ a search andthe
icon's tooltip is a misleading "Search for changes on this project". FWIW
nobody on IRC knew about this.

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