For James F:
You could use the "menu" from /settings/ to add additional links which will be
added under "your".
Though project dashboards is supported in PolyGerrit from 2.16+
For danial k's points:
point 1: you can use age:2week in the query.
point 2: can be done wikibugs. (i did do that for day one of 2.15 but there was a bug with
the stream events breaking what we did in wikibugs so we had to revert) (this was later
fixed in a point release so can be tried again).
point 3: the ui will mark the UI with a WIP badge if the change is a WIP (only from
2.16+). You can also switch between wip mode.
point 4: there's a comment thread in 2.16 so you can tell which comments are not
resolved and which ones need addressing.
point 5: In 2.16 it adds a header which leads you to the repo page.
point 6: that looks to be a upstream issue and for point 7 too? On Friday, 8 February
2019, 19:43:27 GMT, James Forrester <jforrester(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On Fri, 8 Feb 2019 at 11:35, Daniel Kinzler <dkinzler(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Am 28.01.19 um 19:25 schrieb Paladox via Wikitech-l:
Hi, what would you like to see in gerrit or improved?
* I would like to be able to set a cut-off date for my dashboard. E.g. "show
only things touched in the last 2 weeks". Ideally, I would be able to make
things sticky by starring them, so this would turn into "show only things
touched in the last 2 weeks OR starred by me". This would remove a lot of clutter.
I gave up on gerrit's personal dashboard years ago, and instead have pinned browser
tabs with specific gerrit searches, which are very powerful.
will give you "open non-WIP things for which I'm a reviewer/assignee, and which
either I've starred or have been touched within the past two weeks", which I
think is what you're looking for.
However, yes, it'd be nice to be able to customise the personal dashboard queries.
James D. Forrester (he/him or they/themself)Wikimedia Foundation