If I set up cookies for several queries on both bugzilla and bugsplat, I frequently get into a mode where I can't use either one and get the message, "Your browser sent a non-HTTP compliant message." See http://scopus.mcom.com/bugsplat/show_bug.cgi?id=124194, which was closed as WONTFIX because there's a workaround, which is to use bookmarks instead of cookies for queries. Bookmarks aren't as good, though, because you can't load the query and then modify it before submitting it. Terry suggested that I file this bug and that storing queries on the server side might be an option.
Reassigning to firstname.lastname@example.org, who now has front-line responsibility for all Bonsai and Bugzilla bugs.
Reassigning back to me. That stuff about me no longer being the front-line person responsible for Bugzilla and Bonsai turned out to be short-lived. Please pardon our confusion, and I'm very sorry about the spam.
This is probably related to #8069. The code paths for the headers inside show_bug.cgi are quite convoluted.
No, it's not. This is simply caused by running against the upper limits for how much cookie data can be stored on a browser.
Changing summary to more accurately reflect the problem.
At long last, named queries have been moved to be server-side. Note that this means you must log in to use them, but I think that's OK.
per Terry, auto-verifying any resolved bug that hasn't been touched since before 2.10 was released.
Moving to Bugzilla product