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Thu, Apr 20
Is this still an issue?
This isn't high priority given our other work right now.
I can no longer reproduce this problem, so I guess it was fixed at some point. Yay!
This seems stalled. Is there anyone in Ops or Discovery that can review this?
This makes it hard to look at log files since there are tens of thousands of files in the relevant folders. This doesn't seem super pressing, but is worth a quick look some time.
This will be useful if we wanted to, say, boost articles that were once featured articles.
The creation of this plan is in progress.
This seems to have been completed.
Adding to our sprint to check this out.
The message that suggests creating an article that doesn't exist is not shown if your search contained special syntax. This is to avoid nonsensical suggestions like You may create the page "insource:foo". Quotes are actually special syntax; if you put something in quotes, it will only show exact matches.
Wed, Apr 19
Tue, Apr 18
Given the fact it's a long requested feature which doesn't break any workflows, it might not be unreasonable to not do a gradual rollout and just turn it on everywhere at once.
This dropped in priority due to other work and ongoing discussions. I've bumped it back up to the top of our list to investigate.
Mon, Apr 17
Looks like this one is done now, and on its way for deployment. Yay!
Sun, Apr 16
Thu, Apr 13
Mon, Apr 10
@MarcoAurelio Sorry to see you go. Best wishes for the future.
Wed, Apr 5
Thanks for the feedback, @NH!
Tue, Apr 4
Thanks Julien! I think the messages you added look good.
Fri, Mar 31
We did it!