[Python-Dev] Python tickets summary

Ron Adam rrr at ronadam.com
Sat Dec 8 10:54:28 CET 2007



Facundo Batista wrote:
> 2007/11/1, Facundo Batista <facundobatista at gmail.com>:
> 
>>> I think the keyword and keywords interface can be improved.  Do you have
>>> any plans in that direction?
>> Surely!
>>
>> But, no, I have no plans to do it, as I can not make cgi scripts in my
>> hosting, so these pages are statics, generated every night, and that's
>> all...
> 
> Well, after my hosting allowing CGI, I now improved *a lot* the
> interface of this page.

Looks much improved!  :-)



> Now you have more columns:
> 
> - Id
> - Summary
> - Priority
> - Severity
> - Components
> - Versions
> - Keywords
> - Opened by (when)
> - Temporal location
> - Last update by (when)
> 
> And, the biggest enhancement, you can filter by any combination of:
> 
> - Priority
> - Severity
> - Component
> - Version
> - Keyword


Maybe components and keywords could be combined together and use check 
boxes so more than one item at a time can be selected?




The following suggestions will probably need changes to the data base. 
Maybe this be done at some point in the future.


Ideally the temporal bar could be more like a mini gant/status chart which 
indicates the status as well as th activity.  Maybe the background color 
can change when the status changes.

The possible status sequences might be something like the following.

Bugs...

     1. bug > bug_confirmed > fix_provided > fix_accepted
          > fix_applied > closed

     2. bug > invalid > closed


Features...

     3. feature > patch_provided > patch_accepted > patch_applied
	> closed

     4. feature > patch_provided > rejected > closed

     5. feature > rejected > closed


Filtering on the above status keywords would give good results I think.


The fix-provided and patch_provided status items might be split into tests, 
docs, and patch/fix provided.  But that may not be needed.

Cheers,
    Ron



> As before, you have everything paged, and with a graph of activity per
> day at the bottom.
> 
> Enjoy it!:
> 
>     http://www.taniquetil.com.ar/facundo/py_tickets.html
> 
> Regards,





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