Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of TicketSpecs


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Aug 31, 2010, 9:32:55 AM (9 years ago)
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Krzysztof Studnik
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  • TicketSpecs

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    2323This field is used for choosing the type of the ticket. You can choose from:
    2424
    25 - '''Bug''' - if you found that something isn't working properly in FCKeditor or in our other projects
     25- '''Bug''' - if you found that something isn't working properly in CKEditor or in our other projects
    2626
    2727- '''New Feature''' - when you want to make a request for something new to be added to any of our project
    2828
    29 - '''Task''' - tasks are usually used by FCKeditor core development team to specify "things that should be done" which aren't related to Bug and New Feature. So generally we don't recommend to use this type by reporters.
     29- '''Task''' - tasks are usually used by CKEditor core development team to specify "things that should be done" which aren't related to Bug and New Feature. So generally we don't recommend to use this type by reporters.
    3030
    3131== Full description ==
     
    5151  1. Copy a big image from Word using CTRL+C (the picture should be bigger
    5252 than the "Paste from Word" window.
    53   2. Go to FCKeditor and open "Paste from Word"
     53  2. Go to CKEditor and open "Paste from Word"
    5454  3. Paste the image into the window.
    5555  4. Click on the image so it is highlighted
     
    6969=== Milestone ===
    7070
    71 This option is used by the core development team for targeting Bugs and New Features. So for example, if we have confirmed a bug and someone has began fixing it, we set the Milestone to specify what version will be free of this bug e.g. 'CKeditor 3.5'. We recommend no to use this option by reporters and leave this setting for developers.
     71This option is used by the core development team for targeting Bugs and New Features. So for example, if we have confirmed a bug and someone has began fixing it, we set the Milestone to specify what version will be free of this bug e.g. 'CKEditor 3.5'. We recommend no to use this option by reporters and leave this setting for developers.
    7272
    7373=== Component ===
     
    7575Component is an option which allows to specify in what part of the program the bug occurred, or for what part of the program a New Feature is requested for. So for example: if you have a problem with a context menu you set the Component to ''UI : Context Menu''. If you are not sure what kind of component to choose just leave it as ''General''.
    7676
    77 '''Note''': There are two options in the list that regard to CKeditor sister projects: '''CKpackager''' and '''MediaWiki+FCKeditor''' so if you have a problem with one of them simply choose one of these options.
     77'''Note''': There are two options in the list that regard to CKEditor sister projects: '''CKPackager''' and '''MediaWiki+FCKEditor''' so if you have a problem with one of them simply choose one of these options.
    7878
    7979=== Version ===
     
    8383=== Keywords ===
    8484
    85 The "Keywords" field is a powerful and important feature. CKeditor core development team uses it to gain information regarding a ticket, including browser details, current status and ticket quality. Someone from our team always sets the keywords when a bug is reported, we also recommend the users to fill {{{Browser}}} and {{{Operating System}}} keywords. The reporter can always check what kind of keywords have we used and in this way he or she can see what is the current status of the ticket and where the problem occurs.
     85The "Keywords" field is a powerful and important feature. CKEditor core development team uses it to gain information regarding a ticket, including browser details, current status and ticket quality. Someone from our team always sets the keywords when a bug is reported, we also recommend the users to fill {{{Browser}}} and {{{Operating System}}} keywords. The reporter can always check what kind of keywords have we used and in this way he or she can see what is the current status of the ticket and where the problem occurs.
    8686
    87 Example: '''[query:keywords~=Windows&keywords~=IE Windows IE]'''
     87Example: '''[query:keywords~=Mac&keywords~=Safari MAC Safari]'''
    8888
    8989The following is the list of standard keywords that we use. The keyword name is always "PascalCased" with no spaces:
     
    9292
    9393'''Environment''' [[BR]]
    94 
    95    - '''[query:keywords~=Windows Windows]''' for tickets discovered under Windows OS.
    96    - '''[query:keywords~=MacOS MacOS]'''  for tickets which come from Mac
     94In most of cases, Windows operating system is used, so there is no need for adding keyword. For other operating systems there are keywords defined: [[BR]]
     95   - '''[query:keywords~=Mac Mac]'''  for tickets which come from Mac
    9796   - '''[query:keywords~=Linux Linux]'''  for tickets coming from Linux
    98    - '''[query:keywords~=OtherOS OtherOS]''' for tickets, which come from operating systems other than above. [[BR]]
     97For tickets, which come from operating systems other than Linux, Mac and Windows, please describe your environment in ''Full description'' field. [[BR]]
    9998
    10099'''Browser Specific''' [[BR]]
     
    110109'''IE'''        Marks tickets that are related to Internet Explorer only. Possible keywords are:
    111110                - '''[query:keywords~=IE IE]''' for all Internet Explorer versions,
    112                 - '''[query:keywords~=IE7 IE7]''', '''[query:keywords~=IE7 IE7]''', '''[query:keywords~=IE7 IE7]''' for specific versions of Internet Explorer
     111                - '''[query:keywords~=IE6 IE6]''', '''[query:keywords~=IE7 IE7]''', '''[query:keywords~=IE8 IE8]''' for specific versions of Internet Explorer
    113112
    114113'''Webkit'''    Marks tickets that are related to Webkit compatible browsers only.  Possible keywords are:
    115114                - '''[query:keywords~=Webkit Webkit]''' for all browsers, based on Webkit engine
    116115                - '''[query:keywords~=Chrome Chrome]''' for all Chrome or Chromium versions
    117                 - '''[query:keywords~=Chrome5 Chrome5]''', '''[query:keywords~=Chrome6 Chrome6]''', '''[query:keywords~=Chrome6 Chrome6]''' for specific Chrome versions
     116                - '''[query:keywords~=Chrome5 Chrome5]''', '''[query:keywords~=Chrome6 Chrome6]''', '''[query:keywords~=Chrome7 Chrome7]''' for specific Chrome versions
    118117                - '''[query:keywords~=Safari Safari]'''
    119118----
     
    127126
    128127'''Archived keywords'''
    129 Keywords that are no longer in use (replaced by Trac statusses), but added to older tickets.
     128Keywords that are no longer in use (replaced by Trac statuses), but added to older tickets.
    130129
    131130 - '''[query:keywords~=Confirmed Confirmed]''' for "Bugs", it indicates that a core developer was able to confirm the bug in some way, validating the ticket. For "New Features" and "Tasks", it indicates that the ticket has been reviewed and its has been understood as a valid request. It's not there to indicate our intentions on working on the ticket though.
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