Feature #13099

Issue Summary: add statistics about issues without Assignee, Version or Category

Added by Wim DePreter about 7 years ago. Updated almost 7 years ago.

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Description

Is it possible to add information/statistics in the issue summary about the issues without an Assignee/Version/Category?

2013-02-08_09h41_07.png - printscreen issue summary (9.52 KB) Wim DePreter, 2013-02-08 09:42

2013-02-08_09h49_50.png - printscreen drilldown category (7.14 KB) Wim DePreter, 2013-02-08 09:50


Related issues

Related to Redmine - Patch #1671: Show a breakdown of estimated/spent/remaining time for a ... New 2008-07-21

History

#1 Updated by Mischa The Evil about 7 years ago

This was once part of request #1671.

#2 Updated by Daniel Felix about 7 years ago

This would be definitly nice!
+1 from me.

I'm currently searching for plugins which give a good statistic about project informations. But the most plugins, which are available are broken since their support dropped 1-2 years ago. Redmine should set more interest on this, since a graphic/diagram is in the most cases better than a long tablelisting.

#4 Updated by Daniel Felix about 7 years ago

Jan Niggemann wrote:

@Daniel: http://www.redmine.org/plugins/monitoring-controlling?

Yep, but this seems to be broken. Most of it works pretty well, but the pie-charts seem to lose their function.
But this is more likely a core functionality for a project management software. Such a functionality should be extendable by plugins, but not just defined by those. :-)

#5 Updated by Jan Niggemann (redmine.org team member) about 7 years ago

@Daniel: Let's continue this per Mail...

#6 Updated by Wim DePreter about 7 years ago

Actually, my demand was only for an extra line in each group (assignee, version, category) on the issue summary page (and drilldown in those groups), f.e.:
Issue summary:

printscreen issue summary

Drilldown category:

printscreen drilldown category

#7 Updated by Daniel Felix about 7 years ago

Jan Niggemann wrote:

@Daniel: Let's continue this per Mail...

This was my issue. The plugin worked well. My theme.js has been broken after a jquery upgrade. :-)
But thanks anyway Jan.

#8 Updated by Dipan Mehta almost 7 years ago

+1. This would be really nice to have.

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