Closed Bug 1083405 Opened 7 years ago Closed 7 years ago
Create API for suggested articles and question in AAQ flow
We have code that based on a few things in the AAQ flow, suggested 3 articles and 3 questions. We could probably recreate this using the search API that instance search uses, but it is probably a good idea to provide a specific endpoint for this use case. Since this logic already exists, and the work is just wrapping it up in a nice API package, I think this is 1pt.
I have bug #1007840 on my plate for this quarter. The idea is that people leaving negative feedback are possibly incurring some solveable problem and that doing a search on SUMO and showing some number of kb articles and questions could help them with their problems. I think this API endpoint could help with that. I'd like to have the following flexibility if possible so we can test variations of the Thank you page: * be able to specify the locale/language I want to get results for; kind of like an Accepts-language: kind of thing * be able to specify how many kb articles and how many questions I get back We can push these off to other bugs to discuss. I figured I'd mention them here in case they inspire the implementation.
That sounds like a great idea. Locale is already a parameter of the function that will be used, and making the number of articles and questions parameterizable should be easy too.
Mike, can we get this in the current sprint? A user story for BuddyUp depends on it.
Whiteboard: u=api c=search p=1 s= → u=api c=search p=1 s=2014.22
Yep, I can do this next.
Assignee: nobody → mcooper
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
This isn't 1pt. The exploration around MLT vs normal queries is making this about 3 points.
Whiteboard: u=api c=search p=1 s=2014.22 → u=api c=search p=3 s=2014.22
Moving this to the next sprint.
Whiteboard: u=api c=search p=3 s=2014.22 → u=api c=search p=2 s=2015.1
Deployed to prod. https://github.com/mozilla/kitsune/commit/c8ee9c9df1528b9da0e7d72fc489c5a382bd810d
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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