[geeklog-devel] [SUSPECTED SPAM] Geeklog Roadmap

Dan Stoner danstoner at gmail.com
Fri Jul 29 22:22:17 EDT 2016

It might be possible to use Labels on github Issues to approximate some of this.

Basically, create a label for the next target release number (or
whatever) and apply it to the relevant issues. An individual issue can
have as many labels assigned to it as needed, different kinds of
labels can be different colors, etc.

So, you could have a label such as "bug" or "feature" and also the
target version for the fix such as "target v2.2.0".

- Dan Stoner

On Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 10:41 AM, Tom <websitemaster at cogeco.net> wrote:
> The old Geeklog Roadmap from Mantis is still linked on the Geeklog.net
> homepage:
> http://project.geeklog.net/tracking/roadmap_page.php
> It would be nice if GitHub had something similar with issues that was
> automated  and used milestones and labels to build the roadmap but as far as
> I can tell they do not.
> Should we create a wiki page for our roadmap which we will have to manually
> keep updated or does someone have a better solution?
> Tom
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