The scoped labels (ending with ::) are mutually exclusive. Only one of these labels can be assigned at a time to an issue.
- medium priority
- high priority
- critical priority
- in progress
- in review
- in testing
- on hold
- revision needed
All issues should have a
typescoped label attached to them. The following is a proposed lifecycle an issue should have:
- 1.Pending - Issues that are newly created and haven't been reviewed.
- 2.Accepted - Issues that are newly created and have been accepted after review.
- 3.In Progress - Issues that are currently being worked on.
- 4.In Review - Issues that require a proposed solution to be reviewed.
- 5.In Testing - Issues that require a proposed solution to be tested.
- 6.Completed - Issues that are closed with a working solution.
This will cover a standard lifecycle of an issue. There are other
statelabels for issues that are not being worked on:
- On Hold - Issues that were at least accepted, that should not be worked on at the moment.
- Blocked - Issues that cannot be worked on due to other factors linked to it.
- Revision Needed - Issues that need to be revised before being accepted.