Weight field in issues too fine grained?
Ömer Sinan Ağacan
omeragacan at gmail.com
Tue Jul 2 14:20:42 UTC 2019
I think we may want two different weights "high" and "highest".
- Highest: regressions, incorrect results, runtime panics/crashes. These are
- High: other bugs
Other than that this sounds good to me.
I don't remember how many kinds of priorities we had in trac but IIRC it used to
work well, I think we can just copy the old priorities as labels.
Ben Gamari <ben at smart-cactus.org>, 2 Tem 2019 Sal, 16:58 tarihinde şunu yazdı:
> Matthew Pickering <matthewtpickering at gmail.com> writes:
> > It isn't possible to change how the weight field works but as Bryan
> > points out we could use some of the more advanced label features.
> > A scoped label (https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/project/labels.html#scoped-labels-premium)
> > could be suitable for weight so that it is enforced that each issue
> > only has one weight.
> > Currently my understanding of weight is that
> > 1. (Obviously) hIgh priority issues are marked as 10
> > 2. (Obviously) low priority issues are marked as 3
> > 3. Everything else is left as
> Right. I would suggest that we convert the weight field into two
> (mutually exclusive) labels:
> * P::High would be category (1)
> * P::Low would be category (2)
> * No P::* label would imply categoy (3)
> Does this sound reasonable to everyone? I could cobble together a script
> to make this change in about 10 minutes if so.
> - Ben
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