While applying client-side sort using the sorting infra, to the "Server" column of the "Volumes" sub tab "Bricks",
I had 2 Bricks with same server name.So,when I sorted it, it removed one of the bricks that had the same server name.
I found that this issue occurs when the sort values compared are same(i.e, comparator's compare returns 0).
I have a question about the SortedListModel. If you look at the
setItems(Collection<T> value) method. You will notice that eventually all the
items are added to a SortedSet. This is not a problem if all the elements of
your collection are different. But what happens if the elements of your
collection are not all different. More specifically if I pass in a comparator
that matches on a field of the object that is not different like description, or
size or something of that nature.
The set will reduce the number of elements. Before I change it to be a list
that can have duplicates, I would like to know the origin of the set and if
there are going to be any issues when I do that.
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The following is a new meeting request:
Subject: Gamification session / ProgressBar UI plugin
Organizer: "Vojtech Szocs" <vszocs(a)redhat.com>
Time: Monday, June 9, 2014, 3:00:00 PM - 4:00:00 PM GMT +01:00 Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague
let me invite you to our Gamification  session.
As you might already know, Gamification is the initiative whose goal
is rather simple: have fun and learn about oVirt at the same time.
This time, we're planning to review and discuss ProgressBar UI
plugin  and decide on next implementation steps.
Everyone is welcome to join!
Meeting will be held via BlueJeans: https://bluejeans.com/6473766993
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Can we agree to use the same .java file space standards in our gwt ui.xml files? Specifically: spaces only, no tabs, 4 spaces indent, no trailing whitespace.
I have my Eclipse set to fix these things (with the anyedit plugin), and the ui.xml files always have tabs and trailing space in them.
If we agree, I volunteer to fix them all and post a patch. I think we can also set gerrit to point these out.
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The folks at Bitergia have been working on improving the community metrics dashboard located at ovirt.org/stats. I was just notified that, per our request, metrics for a big asset in our community--the #ovirt IRC--have been added to the dashboard. Swing by the page and see who's active on IRC and in the rest of the oVirt community!
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