Feb 3 2020
Oct 7 2019
Jul 5 2018
Jul 1 2018
Jun 11 2018
If it can't be fixed because its maintainer isn't active anymore, then can somebody who knows more about coding than I do help me make a new one to do the same thing? It's a critical tool that can't just be done without, so if the old one's dead and can't be resurrected then a new replacement is needed.
May 24 2018
This has been sitting for 21 days without anybody addressing or even responding to it at all. Could somebody advise if there's anything else I need to do to get this at least looked at?
May 3 2018
May 26 2016
Replag is down to zero at the moment, so I'm going to take the opportunity to add a bit more context. I haven't gotten all the way through the entire batch yet today, but here are all the articles from A through F that should not actually be appearing on the list, as they fall under one of the issues I noted above: Andreas Nödl, Axiom Landbase Pvt. Ltd., BatissForever, Bhaiyato The Hobbit, Bingham Road railway station, Byjus classes, Carrhotus malayanus, Changed people, Changed person, Christ (Lithograph), Château de Bollwiller, Château de Butenheim, Cyclone Victor(1986), Dee Sterling, Diatraea amazonica, Diatraea amnemonella, Diatraea angustella, Diatraea balboana, Diatraea cayennella, Diatraea colombiana, Diatraea entreriana, Diatraea flavipennella, Diatraea guapilella, Diatraea luteella, Diatraea maritima, Diatraea morobe, Diatraea obliqualis, Diatraea pittieri, Diatraea rosa, Diatraea savannarum, Diatraea silvicola, Diatraea umbrialis, Divegrass, Divisor theory, Eddie Mao, Egger Island, Egyptian revolution of 1919, Electrical Trades Union (United Kingdom), Escalo Frio, Faithlessly, Fimbriata.
Just for the record, the current replag isn't the issue at all -- these are all ongoing problems that I've encountered even when replag was at zero. Replica drift may be the issue, or possibly there are corruption issues in en's data in the first place. But my past bug reports over there have never resolved the issues, because nobody ever seems to find the source of the problem -- so it has been suggested a couple of times recently that I try here instead.