Feature #3450

Project WorkFlow

Added by Felipe Campo over 12 years ago. Updated over 10 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2009-06-05
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Category:Issues workflow
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Description

I know it could make the things a little bit complicated. So it could be placed as optional.
Some times projects can have status according to their stage or their conditions. Redmine has this feature for issues , what about create status or workflows for projects.
Eg:
Project A (alpha tests)
Project B (canceled)
Project C (delivered)
Project D (initiating)

History

#1 Updated by Enderson Maia over 12 years ago

Felipe Campo wrote:

I know it could make the things a little bit complicated. So it could be placed as optional.
Some times projects can have status according to their stage or their conditions. Redmine has this feature for issues , what about create status or workflows for projects.
Eg:
Project A (alpha tests)
Project B (canceled)
Project C (delivered)
Project D (initiating)

Creating a custom-field (List with project status) for project may help you.

#2 Updated by Felipe Campo over 12 years ago

Enderson Maia wrote:

Felipe Campo wrote:

I know it could make the things a little bit complicated. So it could be placed as optional.
Some times projects can have status according to their stage or their conditions. Redmine has this feature for issues , what about create status or workflows for projects.
Eg:
Project A (alpha tests)
Project B (canceled)
Project C (delivered)
Project D (initiating)

Creating a custom-field (List with project status) for project may help you.

Right now Im doing that , I was thinking more in some kind of tipification of Projects
Something like
Type 1: Init -> Plan -> Build -> Deliver
Type 2: Init BackLog -> Iter -> Deliver -> Iter -> Deliv

#3 Updated by J.N. Tang over 12 years ago

I think Redmine need a "Phase" tab on the project setting view.

The Phase's level is the top level in project, it's higher than the Version's level. When you create a version you must select a Phase where the version is belong to.

#4 Updated by Felipe Campo over 12 years ago

J.N. Tang wrote:

I think Redmine need a "Phase" tab on the project setting view.

The Phase's level is the top level in project, it's higher than the Version's level. When you create a version you must select a Phase where the version is belong to.

What about a target version custom field, with this is posible to achive the phase feature and add other field like start date or risk level or what the imagination or the organizational context demands

#5 Updated by J.N. Tang over 12 years ago

Felipe Campo wrote:

J.N. Tang wrote:

I think Redmine need a "Phase" tab on the project setting view.

The Phase's level is the top level in project, it's higher than the Version's level. When you create a version you must select a Phase where the version is belong to.

What about a target version custom field, with this is posible to achive the phase feature and add other field like start date or risk level or what the imagination or the organizational context demands

I think the Phase is a character of a project, not of a version. There is a limit for a Phase, but no limit for version.
I think a phase tab is necessary.

#6 Updated by Ludovic Aelbrecht over 12 years ago

I agree with J.N. Tang (#5) on this - I see it the same way.

#7 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 10 years ago

  • Category set to Issues workflow

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