This project is for the Aleph Objects, Inc. installation of Phabricator, namely, this website.
Feb 18 2019
Closing this, long since done.
Grabbed the wrong ticket!
Oct 17 2018
Oct 11 2018
Closing as dupe: T4070
Sep 11 2018
Jan 30 2018
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Jan 13 2017
Sep 21 2015
Aug 25 2015
We can disable Conpherence completely. It is not as useful as a live chat client or IRC.
Aug 21 2015
This would be a good resource to build from https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug
Aug 18 2015
Aug 14 2015
An example of this is https://code.alephobjects.com/T194
Aug 11 2015
Jul 28 2015
Jun 23 2015
Did this earlier.
Opened up registration.
The page above may point to the problem although the information there is not clear. One point appears as if the OAuth2 provider accounts do not need to create an account on Phabricator:
Jun 19 2015
Same for me
Jun 18 2015
This is the cause most likely. Local file storage is maxed at 8M.
Actually, this doesn't look like a bug, but a settings issue. Though it should probably fail more gracefully.
I don't like using random names for it. I far prefer "HOLP" to "SEAHORSE" for instance.
Jun 17 2015
(07:47:42 PM) epriestley: For T11, I think the broad fix is probably https://secure.phabricator.com/T4245 in the upstream.
(07:48:15 PM) epriestley: Which will make callsigns optional and let you just call your repostories "thinga", "thingb" if you want.
(07:48:50 PM) epriestley: That's sort-of-getting-prioritized-eventually and has a whole charming narrative behind it, you can read the ticket for details.
(07:46:25 PM) epriestley: For T10, go to Applications > Maniphest > Help / Options > Edit Policies > Default View Policy and change it to "Public".
(07:46:36 PM) epriestley: Should look like this when you're done:
(07:46:52 PM) epriestley: https://secure.phabricator.com/F511440
Jun 16 2015
Call-sign names need to meet these requirements:
- Never change
Looking at some of the other projects using Phabricator it appears the one with the most call-sign consistency is Blender. They, in almost all cases, use a Call-Sign that is an acronym made up of the first letter of each word of the repo Name. The problem with this is we will quickly run into repo names that could have the same first letter acronym.