a suggestion for the url bar: remember old titles here's something that just happened to me: I had been to a bugzilla page a while ago and I remember the word "crash" was in the page title. I quit the browser, and started back up, and upon restart that url got the title "Log in to Bugzilla". later, I tried searching for "crash" in the url bar, and could not find my page. I know we have bugs (or code?) to prevent stomping on the title in case of a 3xx, 4xx or 5xx http code, but in this case, I got a 2xx. perhaps there is a way we could store "old" page titles, and search those as well? perhaps this is not common enough to worry about. the second question is where would we store it? (as an annotation? we're not searchings those yet.)
this is smelling like a wontfix, but I'll let dietrich decide that.
what page was it? process_bug? post_bug? show_bug (for a secure bug)? in the final case, perhaps the page should have a 403 status...
> what page was it? show_bug.cgi for a non-secure installation of bugzilla
this sounds like trying to optimize for an edge case, we should surely try to be clever with title changes, but always keeping an old title may not be a good way to do that (also for the perf impact it has).
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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