Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of UtilisationTickets_English


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Jun 16, 2010, 7:06:05 AM (8 years ago)
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  • UtilisationTickets_English

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    8686 
    8787 `new`:: New Ticket awaiting acceptance. 
    88  `accepted`:: ticket accepted. This is the second stage in the life of a ticket. This means that the problem has been reproduced or the function deserves some attention here. In other words, the ticket is deemed valid by the team GenjFr? . 
     88 `accepted`:: ticket accepted. This is the second stage in the life of a ticket. This means that the problem has been reproduced or the function deserves some attention here. In other words, the ticket is deemed valid by the team Ancestris. 
    8989 `assigned`:: ticket assigned to a developer ... a solution will be found soon ;-) 
    9090 `closed`:: the problem or the improvement is solved. See below the different cases of possible closure 
     
    9595 `fixed`:: the ticket is closed because the correction or improvement has been made to the code. Or in the case of a task, it has been done. 
    9696 `worksforme`:: false issue or enhancement request already exists. 
    97  `wontfix`:: the problem is not directly related to Genji or the requested function is not achieved because the development team does not consider that it is a part of the project objectives 
     97 `wontfix`:: the problem is not directly related to Ancestris or the requested function is not achieved because the development team does not consider that it is a part of the project objectives 
    9898 `invalid`:: created ticket does not concern the project 
    9999 `duplicate`:: there is already a ticket on the same problem. 
    100100   * When you close a duplicate ticket, it should be indicated in the two tickets. For example: 
    101101     - in duplicate: This ticket is a duplicate of #1234 
    102      - in the original ticket: Ticket # 4567 has been marked as a duplicate of this ticket  
     102     - in the original ticket: Ticket #4567 has been marked as a duplicate of this ticket  
    103103   * Always let the ticket containing the most relevant information open. 
    104104