Commit 49a62720 authored by intrigeri's avatar intrigeri
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GitLab: TODO--

A month later:

 - Everybody agreed, except one person whom I don't expect a reply from.

 - We realized that Redmine already leaks "the fact that someone (unspecified)
   posted a private note on an issue", so the question was actually
   only about the timestamp.
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It looks like GitLab does not support private comments.
XXX (intrigeri): check if it's OK to publicly leak the fact that
someone (unspecified) posted a private note on an issue, along with
the corresponding timestamp. To list all private notes, grouped by
user:
./redlab discuss --verbose -C config.py --private-notes
- 2019-11-20: asked the 10 affected users if they consent with leaking
this information publicly.
If folks don't consent to this infoleak, we'll add a link from the
GitLab issue description to the privately archived Redmine, and to
follow an old discussion, one may want to systematically follow this
link to ensure they did not miss a private note.
It's OK to publicly leak the fact that someone (unspecified) posted
a private note on an issue, along with the corresponding timestamp.
* Preserve issue assignee
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