Story of Unsuccessful PR to Open Source Project! ( Part 2 )
data = 'filter[name]=' + str(module.params['app_name'])
  1. this code was written back in 2018 and Now after 6 months of code review, he wanted to change this.
  2. even if I change the code, I didn’t have access to NewRelic so I can’t test it and I won’t change any code without testing it at any condition.
  3. [March 2021], I have run Python SAST ( bandit ) and no known issues are found on it as per the static analysis.




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