Site Health component

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46 open tickets in the Site Health component

46 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request task (blessed)
5.3.1 2 0 0 0
5.4 1 3 0 1
Awaiting Review 10 17 1 0
Future Release 4 5 0 2

46 open tickets. Last 7 days: +3 tickets

8 tickets that have no replies

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  • #48105  Move Site Health async checks to a REST API endpoint rest-api
  • #48199  Check for whether the themes directory writable is incorrect when the current theme is symlinked into the theme directory
  • #48333  Show success notice when the admin verification screen is "snoozed" ui administration
  • #48334  Allow the remind interval for the admin email verification to be filtered ui administration
  • #48399  Recovery mode can stick the admin in a bad state
  • #48507  [Theme compatibility] WP/PHP compatibility tests for multisite updates administration multisite
  • #48525  Add a possibility to disable sending the recovery e-mail
  • #48578  Change health check accordion appearance on focus ui accessibility administration

5 tickets slated for 5.4

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  • #44592  Add support for required WP and PHP versions to themes
  • #46910  Allow wp_die to called after html has started output
  • #47880  Extend unit tests for Site Health component.
  • #47985  Site Health: log errors to public file
  • #48491  [Theme compatibility] WP/PHP compatibility tests for single site theme updates/activation administration

46 open tickets

Open bugs: 17. View list on Trac

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