Sort by descending page name (after priority)

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Issue assigned to: User:Adfeno.

Is top priority issue? true.

The tracker sorts the entries by the Priority column first. However, the entries are sorted randomly, in the entry column. As with GitHub, we want the newest issues to be displayed first (eg: 8, 7, 6..., not 6, 7, 8...).

The sort solution should be applied for all sections at Free Software Directory:Issues. --David Hedlund (talk) 18:57, 3 September 2021 (EDT)

Sample issue

Priority Assignee
trueSort by priorityAdonay Felipe Nogueira
trueDisplay issue titlesAdonay Felipe Nogueira
trueRecover user assigned issues for User pagesAdonay Felipe Nogueira
trueRecover status iconAdonay Felipe Nogueira
falseVertical listDavid Hedlund 🧙🏼
falseSort by PAGEIDAdonay Felipe Nogueira
falseSkip Category:Client-side issues and Category:Server-side issues
falseLabels and assigned usersAdonay Felipe Nogueira
falsediv hover color
  • Prioritized issues are sorted: 9, 10, 11, 7 -- should be sorted: 11, 10, 9, 7
  • Other entries are sorted: 1, 4, 2, 3, 6 -- should be sorted: 6, 4, 3, 2, 1

Votes

Please use section editing when registering/casting/moving the votes. Each first-level list item is a proposal, for which there are at least two second-level "vote positions" (those who unconditionally agree with the proposal, and those who agree as long as a certain condition is met). Except for the original request, each main proposal must have a topic on the talk page of this issue (use "Add topic" on the talk/discussion page). Each member can only carry/distribute one vote, so one cannot vote for proposal 1 and proposal 2 at the same time. Members can move their votes or even abstain from voting at any point in time so long the deadline (if any) was not reached. When the deadline is due, it is recommended to the assignee to check the page history in order to prevent vandalism to this section, including but not limited to edits made by people who are not members of the project teams referred by the issue categories of this page.

Deadline: 2021-11-04

  • Original request
    • Unconditionally for: 1
    • Conditionally variable
      1. Unknown condition: 0
  • Revision 85879
    • Unconditionally for: 1
    • Conditionally variable
      1. Unknown condition: 0
  • Unconditionally against all proposals: 0

Resolution

None yet.



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