Site Health component

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45 open tickets in the Site Health component

45 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request task (blessed)
5.3 5 9 0 1
Awaiting Review 9 12 1 0
Future Release 2 3 0 2 0 1 0 0

45 open tickets. Last 7 days: +0 tickets

1 ticket that has no replies

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  • #47864  Provide filters for Site Health Check results

15 tickets slated for 5.3

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  • #46349  Is your/this admin email still correct ui administration ui-copy
  • #46910  Allow wp_die to called after html has started output
  • #47085  Site Health appear on individual sites in Multisite administration multisite
  • #47298  Site Health: Use consistent capitalization in h3 headings
  • #47454  BC Math isn't used in WordPress core
  • #47644  Improve wording for PHP update warning in Site Health
  • #47797  Provide compatible core update for users not on PHP >= 5.6
  • #47864  Provide filters for Site Health Check results
  • #47869  Missmatch between actual check and warning message for Background Updates
  • #47880  Extend unit tests for Site Health component.
  • #47957  Don't verify SSL certificate for loopback test
  • #47958  Incorrect test result for permission check of uploads directory if it doesn't exist yet
  • #47982  Site Health: Under version control and background updates
  • #47985  Site Health: log errors to public file
  • #48044  Site Health use of "emoticons" in UTFMB4 check is ambiguous ui-copy

45 open tickets

Open bugs: 16. View list on Trac

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