- Status: Closed
- Hadiah: $100
- Penyertaan diterima: 2
- Pemenang: vinaysudani
Do you have a nice idea how to use MediaWiki for a very simple issue tracking, task management, and meeting notes system using just tables and pages?
Yes I know there are are many full featured systems doing this and offer very nice tools like Kanban etc, but these require new installations and for a team of five predefined people we do not need this...
We have to use (a more or less raw) MediaWiki 1.32 (with Semantic MediaWiki 3.0.2).
If I had do it I would start/try with this:
containing a big table with <refence><type (bug/issue/task)><status open/closed/done> <priority> <date reported> <reporter> <what's the problems in short> <long description> <progress description with timestamps> <current user this todo assigned to>
But how to 'archive' closed ones? (New page? Two tables (open todos in first, closed in second)? How do my move an todo? Is there a better way than cut and paste?)
How do I see 'my' todos in type/time/prio order?
How to easily add new todos and easily assign it to (a predefined) user/nickname?
Linking to all meetings
e.g. Page /meeting-notes/2021-06-05
Caption <Discussion items>
Table <Item (short title)> <who started this discussion or reported (about) this> <notes and comments (who said what?)and summary><link(s) or leads to 'todo'?>
Before reinventing the wheel: Do you already have done this? Do you have/had better ideas?
Let me see what you have!
P.S.: Yes I know the existence of https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:IssueTracker2. I never tried it and as I said: We cannot install new extensions!