Summary: Personal review queue in CodeReview
Product: MediaWiki extensions
I think CodeReview should have per-user review queues. If other folks agree
with this plan, I'll hack at this at the Hack-A-Ton (could use a hand, though).
Basically my vision of this is that I'd set a few rules (path-based, probably)
based on which new revs would automatically be added to my queue. I would also
be able to add and remove individual revisions from/to my queue (in bulk, using
the existing checkboxes). It should be possible to filter my queue by status so
I can e.g. isolate fixme's. Revisions I mark as good (OK, deferred or verified)
should be removed from my queue automatically. Revisions others marked as good
should be hidden from the queue view by default and maybe be automatically
removed from it too (not sure about the latter).
I'm personally responsible for reviewing a bunch of different, mostly unrelated
things, and it'd be nice to have multiple review queues for this with their own
filters, much like e-mail clients have folders with filters filling them.
Also, it may be nice to be able to push a revision into someone else's (read:
Tim's) review queue. If the multiple queue thing is implemented, this could go
into a separate "things other people think I should review" queue so as to not
get in the way of other things.
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