Submitted by : simon at: 2003-10-26T21:31:49+00:00 (17 years ago)
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How about using issues for things like voting or to specify several discussion threads. I see a lot of ZwikiContributors who want some input from others, before implementing some changes (see ZwikiGardeningPolicy?, ZwikiBestPractices?, etc).

After the vote or discussion is completed, the issue can be closed.

We might use a special category for it, or use the category.

Thoughts? Votes?

DeanGoodmanson, 2003/01/21 02:39 GMT (via web):
I would rather keep keep the tracker focused on product development issues of a technical or documentation nature.

FlorianKonnertz, 2003/01/21 16:20 GMT (via web):
I'd give it a try, an own content category might be reasonable. - I find tracking the threads on GD very difficult. BTW that's the reason why i tend to post comments directly on the concerning pages. - Oh.... an idea comes to my mind: What about a special RecentDiscussionChanges?, hehehe... checking changes in the 'Comments'-sections. - But this is probably not wiki-like and contrary to the IssueTracker and ZwikiAndProjectManagement endeavor, isn't it?

I'll have to answer to Simon now about DocumentModeVersusThreadMode?, very interesting....

FlorianKonnertz, 2003/01/21 16:22 GMT (via web):
What about WikiPedia's TalkBack? approach for content discussion? There was already a discussion here, but i don't remember at the moment...

... --SimonMichael, 2003/05/06 23:29 GMT
All good, "issues" are supposed to be versatile. Closing this one.

property change --SimonMichael, 2003/05/06 23:31 GMT
Status: open => closed