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From Ethan Jewett <>
Subject Re: Timeline broken on
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2010 15:12:22 GMT
I went in to the Stax instance to try this and lo-and-behold my
personal timeline is working for the first time in a couple of months.
I have no idea what changed, but it looks awesome.


On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 9:49 AM, Vassil Dichev <> wrote:
> Ethan, are all of the top messages in your timeline from a pool? Try
> sending a message to the public pool and see if it shows up.
> I think this is a case where pool security kicks in. In short, all DB
> queries related to messages are modified so that they only return
> messages from the user's pools. The interesting part is that you
> should be able to see all your messages if you're logged in with the
> same user.
> What this means is that queries that are restricted by count shouldn't
> depend on another query executed independently before it. If the whole
> thing is not executed as one query, the count from the first query
> might be reduced in the second. In most instances ESME does the right
> thing, but AFAIK this is the only place where the expected number of
> messages might be reduced.
> I'll try to integrate this in a single query and see if it works.
> On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 3:34 PM, Vassil Dichev <> wrote:
>> Interesting, but the timeline of all other users I tried shows fine
>> (at least 7-8 of them).
>> I'll check it out and also try to convert it to the more unified
>> timeline layout.
>> On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 12:42 AM, Ethan Jewett <> wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any idea why my timeline doesn't have any messages in
>>> it at
>>> ?
>>> I think it's been like this for ages, but I've just sort of assumed it
>>> was meant to be that way. The new UI (awesome, by the way!!!!!) makes
>>> it obvious that it shouldn't be that way.
>>> Thoughts? Maybe I have some sort of rogue filter action that I need to
>>> track down....
>>> Ethan

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