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Suggested new official tag: released

asked 2014-03-21 07:02:41 +0300

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updated 2014-03-27 22:44:04 +0300

The roadmap tag is nice for finding what is officially decided to be implemented. However, now that there are quite a few releases done, the list of already released items is cluttering up the space. There is no common tag for all issues that have been fixed and released. I suggest a new official tag: "released" to add to all issues where the roadmap-tag has been set, once the issue solution has been released.

The closed status is not enough, since a question becomes closed as answered once it has been added to the roadmap.

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i removed the 'official' tag, because I think, it should be reserved for official announcements. But anyway, I like your idea!

prometoys ( 2014-03-21 10:47:16 +0300 )edit

@prometoys Thanks, I wasn't sure about that tag myself! :-)

00prometheus ( 2014-03-21 17:51:54 +0300 )edit

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answered 2014-03-21 13:50:43 +0300

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Since the january update, all the questions tagged with roadmap that are released in an update are tagged with the month-year tag when the update was released (jan14, mar14). To get the result you want, use the extended tag panel on the right: filter for roadmap (Tag search), ignore the tags you don't want like jan14 and mar14 (Ignored tags) and exclude ignored tags from the search (Show only questions from). You will get all questions tagged with roadmap that haven’t been released yet.

See https://together.jolla.com/question/23978/together-howto-using-the-extended-tag-panel-on-the-right/

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yes, you are right, but if all releases have an additional common tag, we could easily filter all releases, without selecting all month tags.

shfit ( 2014-03-21 16:46:01 +0300 )edit
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