port:qt5 and (proposed) port:qt5-kde cohabitation
cal at macports.org
Sun Oct 23 08:43:56 PDT 2016
On Sun, Oct 23, 2016 at 05:01:08PM +0200, René J.V. Bertin wrote:
> Apparently not, were they sent on this ML? If so I must have applied
> too strict filters (basically "don't send list messages and don't
> filter copies sent to my own address" ...)
> > Re-login after the migration couldn't be avoided, since our
> It's not the re-login that annoys me, it's the fact that each time I
> have to log in I have to take additional actions to go back to where I
> wanted to do something that required the login. And the login link is
> tiny, too ^^
Can't reproduce. If I open a ticket and click the login button it takes
a second or two until all the redirection associated with OAuth has
happened and drops my right back where I was.
The size of the login link is the same size as all other links in the
top bar. If you think those should be larger, feel free to suggest a
patch to https://github.com/macports/trac.macports.org/.
> Ideally, forums and ticket trackers provide a login-on-demand feature
> that is triggered when required as part of an operation that requires
We're limited by Trac's options here. While we can modify the
authentication scheme with plugins, making every page that requires
authentication a login page is somewhat more complicated. Additionally,
a lot of pages exist both without and with authentication with different
results, so this wouldn't apply.
> I don't know how much control you have over the software that replaced
> trac (it's something I've never seen before on github) but if you do
> this might be something to keep in mind for a future revision.
The software that replaced Trac is Trac. I'm not sure what you are
talking about here.
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