I've committed a few link fixes and tagged the changes for production in revision 4496. Please push these changes to the live websites. Thanks.
Assignee: server-ops → reed
Ok, the change is ridiculous (adding "../" to a link). I'm just going to push this since pkim is offline. He can a= when he gets back. drol said that pkim was the one who found the issue in the first place. [root@mradm01 www.mozilla.com-svn]# svn up U en-US/firefox/pgcshort/index.html U en-US/firefox/pgdlong/index.html U en-US/firefox/pganonffx/index.html U en-US/firefox/pgbffx/index.html Updated to revision 4496.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 12 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
I know this is resolved, but what's "ridiculous" about this change? And why did you feel it was necessary to characterize this request as "ridiculous" Reed? cf.: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html "No personal abuse. Bugzilla is a window into the world of Mozilla development. The fact that we permit anyone with an account to add a comment does not mean you may harass, harangue or otherwise hassle contributors."
"ridiculous" in the sense that it's a super-simple fix, so it shouldn't have to go through the whole "wait on pkim to a= it first" process before it can go live.
OK, thanks for clarifying Reed.
Note that for urgent live pushes - cbeard and basil can also approve. I'd like to add jslater as well as peers to approve, and will do so now.
Let me add that: I jumped to a conclusion based on a quick read and will accordingly do penance by using Safari 3 for Windows for the next 24 hours. Reed did no bad here - I did!
Component: Server Operations: Web Operations → WebOps: Other
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
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