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Feature #1513

Easier linking between wiki, bugzilla, Ask site, etc...

Added by Dennis Roczek about 2 years ago. Updated about 2 years ago.

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ticket moved from https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=51494


[reply] [−] Description Robinson Tryon (qubit) 2012-06-27 23:26:08 CEST
On the Ask site we can refer to a bug by using the syntax "fdo#1234". On the wiki I believe there is some kind of similar syntax (but I can't find any reference to it right now as the wiki is giving me a 500 Server Error).

It would be great if there were simple syntax for making references between these three sites, so that one could reference Ask Questions and Wiki pages in Bugzilla, and Wiki pages and Bugzilla bugs in Ask, etc...

Syntax could be something like

 - fdo#1234
 - ask#1234
 - wiki[Page Name Here]

@Robinson: I have you assigned as it wasn't clear to me the last time i looked at that ticket what to do. Please clarify again. ;-)

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#1 Updated by Robinson Tryon about 2 years ago

It would be great if there were simple syntax for making references between these three sites, so that one could reference Ask Questions and Wiki pages in Bugzilla, and Wiki pages and Bugzilla bugs in Ask, etc...

The idea was to make it easier to link between the sites, e.g. using bug-linking templates or the cgit template in the wiki.

For Bugzilla, I can take a quick look to see about mimicking the auto-linking we use for things like "bug 1234", and extend that to the wiki, Ask site, etc.
Dennis: perhaps you can take a look at Redmine and the Wiki?

#2 Updated by Dennis Roczek about 2 years ago

Robinson Tryon wrote:

For Bugzilla, I can take a quick look to see about mimicking the auto-linking we use for things like "bug 1234", and extend that to the wiki, Ask site, etc.
Dennis: perhaps you can take a look at Redmine and the Wiki?

I do not have enough rights to change anything on Redmine (well except to change the project Infra).

For the wiki we had created templates like {{tdf|12345}}, {{fdo|12345}}, {{bug|12345}}, {{redmine|12345}}, etc. (see documentation page on any of these templates)

Auto detection of redmine#12345 or bug 12345 is not an option. I could add a "abuse filter" to warn the user if he wanted to add a template, but at the end i guess we miss some useful edits and moreover i do cleanup all edits... ;-)

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