On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Timur Achmetow
> << Rather than discuss on mailing list maybe you should open a bug for your
> project, so we can discuss using mylyn itself (eat our own dog food)! >>
> Yes good idea, I have opened a bug: Bug 376233
> << My pet wish concerns milestone planning & visualization. >>
> Okay, that sounds very interesting, too. The same problems I have also.
> << It would be much easier if this was integrated in Mylyn, because Eclipse
> does not have graphviz enabled. >>
> Yes, definitively! Instead of graphviz we could also work with Zest?
> Am 6. April 2012 09:25 schrieb Maarten Meijer <mm105@xxxxxxxxx
>> Hi Tim,
>> Very good that you are on board to help imp[rove the wonderful Mylyn even
>> My pet wish concerns milestone planning & visualization. It would have a
>> single view where I can see all the tasks that need to be done for next
>> milestone with current status and dependencies in a sort of graphical tree
>> One thing that I would consider useful in a dashboard is a graphical view
>> to show all the bugs and dependencies that need to be fixed for next
>> A query that shows all bugs for a milestone is easy to make.
>> Unfortunately bugzilla doesn't support using the graphviz tree view for
>> this right now, hence this work around:
>> In my own bugzilla I have the graphviz visualization turned on, so I can
>> get a tree view.
>> I then make a specific milestone bug that has a dependencies all the bugs
>> that are scheduled for that milestone.
>> It would be much easier if this was integrated in Mylyn, because Eclipse
>> does not have graphviz enabled. And it would be nice to just select the
>> milestone and get the view.
>> You understand what I mean?
>> Rather than discuss on mailing list maybe you should open a bug for your
>> project, so we can discuss using mylyn itself (eat our own dog food)!
>> Good luck with your project!
>> Maarten Meijer
>> Eclipse RCP consultant & trainer
>> contributed to Mylyn & ECF
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