Useful query stashed for later: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/q/-CodeReview%252B1+CodeReview%252B2+-CodeReview-1+-CodeReview-2+project:%255Emediawiki.*,n,z
Take batch actions based on Gerrit queries.
No fulltext search?
Hey, are you trying to fool me? At Git/Tutorial, I read that gerrit has no full-text search and Krinkle's SVN-search does not work any longer. Do I have to download all code-pieces in order to be able to do a full-text search? Additionally I didn't know where I could ask questions about gerrit on wikimedia. Also gerrit is horrible: It lets my slow client compute large diffs and does not syntax-highlight by default. I really can't see the benefits. Sorry, fisheye on toolserver does a better job. Regards -- Rillke (talk) 11:01, 26 July 2012 (UTC)