[DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

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[DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by i » 30 Aug 2008, 09:08

I suggest marking new topics with those tags. IMO that kind of actions could help us clean up our graphics forums

[DEV] - development topic
[REQ] - request topic
[CA] - concept art topic
[RC] - release candidate topic
[DIS] - discussion topic

I already started marking release candidate topics. What do you think about those tags? Did I miss something?
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by EJlol » 30 Aug 2008, 10:58

I think it's better to try to use the same tags as is used on the content page of the wiki.:

[REQ] - request topic
[CPT] - Concept topic
[WIP] - Work In Progress (same as development topic?) topic
[RC] - Release Candidate topic
[DIS] - Discussion Topic
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by i » 30 Aug 2008, 12:57

EJlol wrote:I think it's better to try to use the same tags as is used on the content page of the wiki.:

[REQ] - request topic
[CPT] - Concept topic
[WIP] - Work In Progress (same as development topic?) topic
[RC] - Release Candidate topic
[DIS] - Discussion Topic
Indeed. I Agree. Any other notices?
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by Jaxad0127 » 30 Aug 2008, 15:53

[FND] - Finished (ready for RC)
[SVN] - In subversion (to be applied to an RC)

There's one more I was thinking about, but cannot remember right now.
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by i » 31 Aug 2008, 18:05

Finally, here is a deal:

[REQ] - Request topic
[CPT] - Concept topic
[WIP] - Work In Progress topic
[WIP] > [FND] - Finished project - ready for [RC] phase
[RC] - Release Candidate topic
[RC] > [SVN] - RC content already on SVN
[DIS] - Discussion Topic
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by Rotonen » 02 Sep 2008, 22:37

Yes, I approve of this workflow.

Now, who should be responsible for deciding which gets into the next phase?

I propose a tribunal of sorts with at least three members. I also propose me and Len onboard.

The tribunal would have weekly meetings when decisions would be made (proposing Sunday).

Any arguments against such a workflow?
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by Crush » 03 Sep 2008, 14:00

I would suggest to leave this in the hands of the content development task force.

The server administrators can still function as an additional filter to block stuff which is unacceptable for some reason before it goes online.
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Re: [DIS] Topic tagging suggestions

Post by Jaxad0127 » 08 Sep 2008, 20:31

When an item reaches [RC], a task for it needs to be created on Mantis so we can keep track of it.

EDIT: Nevermind. Items will be added to Mantis when they are deemed ready.
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