gerv at mozilla.org
Fri Sep 13 17:58:09 UTC 2002
>>That's not actually true - it'll store query URLs, which will still use
>>the resolution name (like query URLs involving products still use the
>>product name.) We can get this in before custres.
> Then I'm not sure why you said you could resolve the renaming problem.
> Sure, we could handle query URLs, but current custres doesn't do this
> for stored queries for example. Query URLs are a dead end that we
> should be expunging from the code base, not adding to. But I suppose it
> is OK as a transitional thing. It renews my enthusiasm for
> rearchitecting query URLs, however.
Query URLs could start containing IDs instead of names, if that would
help. But I don't know why you want them expunged - they certainly
aren't going away, because they are far too useful for users (bookmarks,
>>MISSING? And what's the difference between NOTWORTHIT and CAREFACTORZERO?
> MISSING means the URL referenced is 404 or such. Perhaps it should
That's a bit specific; a lot of installations don't have a URL field at
all. I'd question whether it needs to be part of the default set.
> NOTWORTHIT is for rejecting RFEs in non-OSS projects. CAREFACTORZERO is
> more of a plain insult.
This is rather a fine distinction. Can't we find a non-insulting name
which covers both for the default set?
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