On Mon, Dec 2, 2019 at 4:19 PM pmkel...@frontier.com <pmkel...@frontier.com> wrote:
> > > On 12/2/19 07:03, Kamil Paral wrote: > > > > > I'm not familiar with kanban/taiga. What is the benefit over using > standard > > (Pagure) tickets? > > > > > > The kanban/taiga is what they use at Fedora Magazine. A Writer starts by > creating an Issue proposing a new article for the magazine. There is a > back and forth commentary and if the proposal gets two +1 votes then the > proposal is transfered to a job ticket in the kanban by one of the Editors. > > Then the writer picks up the job ticket and assigns it to them selves if > the Editor didn't already assign it to them. Editors can also create job > tickest for articles they want and a Writer who thinks they can write > the article can pick it up and write it. Once a writer is assigned to a > job ticket they write the article according to their free time or > according a requested time. > > When the draft is complete, the writer puts the job ticket into the > review queue and an editor will review it. Then the job ticket can be > put back in the in process queue if it needs a lot of work or it can be > placed in the To Edit queue for other work like having a feature image > added to it and it can wait there for scheduling. > > After the image is added and the schedule is decided the job ticket is > placed in the Queued queue. > > All through the process from when the writer starts writing the article > to publishing, the actual article is linked to the job ticket. > Thanks, Pat, for the description. Kanban seems to be just a workflow visualization that could be done with custom ticket status or tags the same way (but wouldn't look as pretty as a native kanban UI). Either way, I think this doesn't really apply to blocker discussion tickets. These tickets have a dead simple workflow open -> discuss&vote (separating that would waste a lot of time) -> closed.
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