|Summary:||Bug numbers in the attachment links|
|Product:||Gentoo Infrastructure||Reporter:||Nirbheek Chauhan (RETIRED) <nirbheek>|
|Component:||Bugzilla||Assignee:||Bugzilla Admins <bugzilla>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description Nirbheek Chauhan (RETIRED) 2011-03-06 18:32:41 UTC
Currently it's difficult to find out what bug an attachment is from. For example: https://bugs.gentoo.org/attachment.cgi?id=254261 Something like https://bug467168.bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=362929 would be quite useful. Note the bug number being in the domain name.
Comment 1 Frédéric Buclin 2011-03-07 16:35:48 UTC
You can easily append &action=edit to the URL, if you need this information.
Comment 2 Nirbheek Chauhan (RETIRED) 2011-03-07 16:57:02 UTC
The point is for the default URL to have the bug id in it.
Comment 3 Ryan Hill (RETIRED) 2011-06-23 04:28:58 UTC
After this change I have to add a security exception (that wonderful multi-page "untrusted security certificate" runaround) in Firefox for every individual bug when using https:// URLs.
Comment 4 Robin Johnson 2011-06-23 05:06:59 UTC
dirtyepic: The certificate is for *.bugs.gentoo.org. How do you have your browser set up? Ideally, just import CACert's root certificate, as we use that for all of Gentoo.
Comment 5 Ryan Hill (RETIRED) 2011-06-23 05:16:32 UTC
Thanks, that worked.