We could add these as custom fields, but aren't these some fields that
would be useful for everybody. When somebody submits a bug it seems
you'd want to know what version they're submitting it for. This would
definitely apply to everybody. And then when a bug is fixed, it'd be
nice to know the version it was fixed in. The scheduled one is nice,
but this other field seems almost necessary also.
From: Joao Prado Maia [mailto:jpm@stripped]
Sent: Monday, July 26, 2004 8:22 AM
Subject: RE: releases
> There is issue attribute: scheduled Release.
> 1. It could be nice to have also attributes like:
> - affected release (in which release the problem has occured)
> - fixing release (release where problem has occured).
> Fixing release and scheduled release do not have to be always the
> 2. Fixing release must not be null in closed issues.
> 3. Advantages:
> - Support knows which version of software is affected by issue.
> - Changelog report can be generated easily
> Marcin Slusarczyk
You can create those fields yourself as custom fields. No need to
add/change/remove the core eventum fields.
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