Simon Riggs wrote:
>> We can certainly provide a different view, or sort it by system name,
>> but I'm not sure that will actually show you what you want. If you want
>> to see the history on a particular system/branch, there is a separate
>> page for that - just click the system's name on the dashboard and it
>> takes you there. The URL is:
> Nearly, but I'm not interested in individual systems.
> I'd like to see "which releases of Fedora build OK" or "what AIX
> versions work with the latest stable release?". That requires me to
> locate the systems which run AIX, which can only be determined by
> scanning the whole list.
> Not bothered what the UI is, just want to improve the value of the
> information that has been generated.
OK - I did a quick addition. If you add a sortby parameter to the query
it will sort case insensitively (within each branch, still) on the following
Any other value, or a missing parameter, gives the current snapshot sort.
If that does what you want we can build in some links for them (probably
on column headings, as Michael suggests).
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