Fri, Apr 13
Appears to work on dev. No "elaborated" are showing, though I'm not sure if any should be from glancing at it. Is there a query to quickly check the dump for this date range, for tasks that have in-scope parents? Otherwise, good to push.
Thu, Apr 12
Wed, Apr 11
Tue, Apr 10
Looked good, but other issues have torpedoed the whole page now. Reassigning back until I can QA again.
Thu, Apr 5
Wed, Apr 4
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Wed, Mar 28
Minor correction: I believe this was canceled in the wake of TPG being disbanded around the same time, so while it didn't happen I think the task can definitely be closed and appreciate your attention to it. :)
Tue, Mar 27
Mon, Mar 26
In T184793#4082025, @MBinder_WMF wrote:
Hey @Tbayer! It looks like @Jdlrobson updated the acceptance criteria to reflect that the checkboxes in question were postponed to future tasks, leaving all of the Acceptance Criteria done. That would indicate to me that the task is, in fact, resolved.
That seems a rather circular argument to me. Of course one can mark any task done instantly by removing all acceptance criteria ;) A more interesting discussion would by why folks disagree with these acceptance criteria and see this task (which as written encompasses all "the frontend instrumentation work needed") as completed even though these two things have not been done yet.
@Tbayer Is this task resolvable?
could we maybe make it an epic?
Hey @Tbayer! It looks like @Jdlrobson updated the acceptance criteria to reflect that the checkboxes in question were postponed to future tasks, leaving all of the Acceptance Criteria done. That would indicate to me that the task is, in fact, resolved. I do recall the decision to track the DNT work in another task (T190188: VirtualPageView schema should not use EventLogging api to send virtual page view events).
Fri, Mar 23
Mar 21 2018
Thanks for taking a stab at it! Bummer that it's difficult. To clarify, this is a suggested approach to a core issue of "it's annoying to manually update Herald rules all the time." Using subprojects seems like an elegant solution, but others (albeit less elegant) could include
Mar 20 2018
Reviving this as the apps teams have reminded me that this would be far easier than asking me (or other authorized users) to update their Heralds every few weeks as they create sprint/release boards. :)
Mar 16 2018
Mar 15 2018
Mar 14 2018
Mar 8 2018
This appears done, and if not it's not relevant anymore, anyway, as there is no more Team Practices Group. Resolving.