Changes between Version 317 and Version 318 of ScrumBurndownPlugin


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Feb 19, 2010 12:07:41 AM (5 years ago)
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    2727[[Image(burndown.jpg,80%)]] 
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     29== Questions == 
     30 1. Is there an easy way to move the start date of a sprint into the past? (For example when some tickets of a milestone already have been closed when starting a sprint, immediately after installing this plugin.) [[BR]] 
     31       ''This can be done in the administration panel (only in Trac 0.11.x)'' 
     32 
     33 2. Is there any way to automatically grant BURNDOWN_VIEW to any/all users? It's slightly annoying to have to explicitly set that permission on every user (which in our case is about 40 people). 
     34       ''Answering my own question, figured it out on my own. Any authenticated user pulls it's default permissions from the 'anonymous' group. This is all explained in the TRAC documentation: http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracPermissions , if you add BURNDOWN_VIEW to the anonymous usergroup, everyone can view it. If you add it to the authenticated usergroup, any authenticated user will be able to view it.'' 
     35 
     36 3. It would be awesome if you could take the Burndown chart and embed it on another page. Say, any wiki page or anywhere else you could use a wiki macro or something similar. (Should I file a ticket on this as an enhancement?) 
     37       ''This will be added in a future version -- Daan'' 
     38 
    2939== Bugs/Feature Requests ==  
    3040Existing bugs and feature requests for ScrumBurndownPlugin are  
     
    5464 
    5565'''Current maintainer:''' [wiki:daan] [[BR]] 
    56  
    5766'''Previous maintainer:''' [wiki:sambloomquist] [[BR]] 
    58  
    59 == Questions == 
    60  1. Is there an easy way to move the start date of a sprint into the past? (For example when some tickets of a milestone already have been closed when starting a sprint, immediately after installing this plugin.) [[BR]] 
    61        ''This can be done in the administration panel (only in Trac 0.11.x)'' 
    62  
    63  2. Is there any way to automatically grant BURNDOWN_VIEW to any/all users? It's slightly annoying to have to explicitly set that permission on every user (which in our case is about 40 people). 
    64        ''Answering my own question, figured it out on my own. Any authenticated user pulls it's default permissions from the 'anonymous' group. This is all explained in the TRAC documentation: http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracPermissions , if you add BURNDOWN_VIEW to the anonymous usergroup, everyone can view it. If you add it to the authenticated usergroup, any authenticated user will be able to view it.'' 
    65  
    66  3. It would be awesome if you could take the Burndown chart and embed it on another page. Say, any wiki page or anywhere else you could use a wiki macro or something similar. (Should I file a ticket on this as an enhancement?) 
    67        ''This will be added in a future version -- Daan'' 
     67'''Contributors:''' [[BR]]