• Status Closed
  • Percent Complete
  • Task Type Feature Request
  • Category Backend/Core
  • Assigned To
  • Operating System All
  • Severity Low
  • Priority Defer
  • Reported Version 0.9.5
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Attached to Project: Flyspray
Opened by elros - 28.06.2004
Last edited by Anonymous Submitter - 28.08.2004

FS#287 - Status list is not editable

The list of choices for Task Types, Resolutions, and Categories is editable through the user interface, but the list for Status is not. How about making Status editable? Severity might fall into the same category.

Closed by  Floele
06.01.2006 22:18
Reason for closing:  Implemented in devel
Additional comments about closing:  

rev 573

Anonymous Submitter commented on 21.07.2004 01:19

Certainly possible. It was done this way to allow for translations, but could be changed. I’ll think about it. The Severity list will not be changed.

Good idea, I support it.

I think this would be extremely helpful, since status depends a lot on your development process, which varies from place to place. This bug could also resolve  FS#296  I think too, regarding a Released status.

Is there a fundamental reason why severity and priority lists cannot editable? (I ask out of curiosity and because it would help us I think.)

Correction: I meant  FS#496  above.

Another idea: The tables in the translations could be used as the default status list, to initialize the global status list, then anyone wanting to edit it could do so. I wonder if the other default entries in global lists are translated or not. *goes to look*

PLEASE! The status list needs to be editable - my coders want “coding” as an option. The closest to this is “researching” which is NOT the same thing.

I would really like to see this in 0.9.9 - I think it would be very valuable. And it doesn’t seem any harder than the editable version lists and resolution lists.

Anonymous Submitter commented on 23.12.2005 21:09

We could fairly easily make it editable, but the tasklist would then lose the ‘all open tasks’ search.


Not necessarily - see Mac’s comment for  FS#276 


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