Thoughts on a "Wishlist" version

Added by Eric Davis about 7 years ago

I was thinking about adding a Wishlist version that we can use to track the bigger features that we'd like to see implemented. Then we can use these to show that the contributors agree that a feature should be implemented, but it needs someone to champion it before it can be included in a release. These can also be used to plan for the major releases.

Example of features that would be wishlisted (or could have been):

  • Subtasks
  • REST API
  • Sub-projects
  • Project level permissions
  • Files/Documents merge

Thoughts? Good idea? Bad idea?

Eric Davis

Replies (4)

RE: Thoughts on a "Wishlist" version - Added by Jean-Baptiste Barth about 7 years ago

Good idea. I think we should have a clear vision of what contributors think we should improve, it would help us focus on issues we should work on. Puppet guys have an "unplanned" version for that iirc.

RE: Thoughts on a "Wishlist" version - Added by Felix Schäfer about 7 years ago

+1, though unplanned sounds better than wishlist.

RE: Thoughts on a "Wishlist" version - Added by Eric Davis about 7 years ago

"Unplanned" is a lot better. We now have a new version :)

http://www.redmine.org/versions/show/23

Eric Davis

RE: Thoughts on a "Wishlist" version - Added by Felix Schäfer about 7 years ago

/me dumps 98% of all open feature requests into that version

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