[TYPO3-core] Target Versions in TYPO3 CMS Issue Tracker
opitz at pluspol.info
Tue May 21 17:56:50 CEST 2013
the roadmap with category on the right side. (Yeah not fully what you
think of ;-) )
Alexander Opitz wrote:
>>> As agency/integrator it is not nice to consult a issue tracker and a
>>> ChangeLog to find out if an issue is fixed in a version in one branch.
>> You consult only the Release Notes  (or the git commit log).
>> You cannot consult the issue tracker for this, because we don't actually
>> actively record this information there! For example, if you filter for
>> "Target Version = 6.0.5" and compare the list of issues actually
>> released  you will quickly notice that they are way out of sync (and
>> also several "not closed" issues along the way)!
>> If you have a particular interest in a "bug" in specific ("was it
>> backported, and when?"), you can always consult the "merged in core"
>> script .
> You have the subject of the issue in the Release Notes, so you search in
> the issue tracker (which also isn't nice as you have 2 searchs with
> different possibilities). Every issue you find that might be your
> problem, you need to consult a second resource to find out if this might
> be fixed in a version of TYPO3 CMS you are using.
> From the view of a user (and not a developer) this second resource
> isn't communicated to you in the issue tracker so you are lost. And
> personally I don't like different places for one thing. Every time
> another layout, need to learn how that tool works and so on. So we have
> a big barrier for new users.
> Its the same problem with comments about code, and what should happen
> and so on laying around in gerrit, but that's another story.
> So the tools aren't perfect, but there aren't other who work better. ;)
> Greetings Alex//
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