Steps to reproduce:
1. Have some recordings processed. some of them go all the way through the procession to distribution, some fail.
2. Delete some of the failed recordings
At some point, some categories stopped showing the list of recordings. The buttons "All | Upcoming | Capturing | Processing", etc. are always present and showing the correct number of recordings in the corresponding category beside them between parentheses. However, the "All", "Processing", "Finished" and "Failed" do not even print the green title bar (that one that reads "Title | Presenter | Course / Series | Recording Date&Time | Status | Action"). The other categories ("Upcoming", "Capturing", etc) show it, even though they have zero recordings in it. Using firebug reveals no errors in the http messages, and no relevant log statements appear.
Workaround (if any):
Ruben what browser/version and OS are you finding this in? Is this problem reproceable in other browsers? Do you have a dist environment setup? If you blow out all of your data, and restart felix is this reproducable?
This was Firefox 3.6.15, but I consistently reproduced that in Chrome. It is a distributed setup (as indicated in the issue title), and before blowing out all my data I want to know the extent of "all my data": config files in felix? the data in storage? all the database contents? all together?
This issue has disspeared, either by modifications and fixes applied between RCs, or because I switched to Debian, and Ubuntu was performing very poorly as a virtualized OS.