Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 845894
Idea details page layout: User attributes mistaken for Idea attribute (e.g., "Accomplished").
Last modified: 2015-05-14 21:13:12 EDT
Description of problem:
Feedback from our mailing list suggests that users could be confused with the Idea details page layout. Here's the email:
This feature request says "accomplished":
... but I can't find anything in the docs about how to set a wildcard alias. Basically I know how to set " foo.convolv.com " as an alias, but I want to set "*. convolv.com " so " bar.convolv.com " or anything else will forward to the app. Can you add something to the docs to explain how to do that?
Thank you for your interest in OpenShift! There seems to be an misunderstanding. The term "accomplished" refers to the user whom has added the idea. The feature itself is still open. When a feature is "Implemented", it will move to this list: https://openshift.redhat.com/community/ideas/implemented
I will forward this as feedback to our UI team to reduce confusion.
Hope that helps;
Need to visually update the ideas page to make it better organized.
And should change the user label "accomplished" to something that doesn't denote "achieved"
possible replacements, "seasoned", "proficient", "capable"
(In reply to comment #2)
Not sure if you commit your fix, I tested on devenv_2041, INT and production, there is still "Accoplished" label.
No fix was committed, not sure why status was changed.
Still recommend changing label to avoid confusion.
"skilled", "expert" are other options along with the ones in comment 2.
Will be fixed in story https://rally1.rallydev.com/#/4670513817d/detail/userstory/7688020840 rather than as a bug.