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Kanban board #8346

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adelowo commented Oct 1, 2019

Fixes #3476

  • Move Issues between Boards
  • add Project to current Issue
  • view project
  • create a project
  • Projects icon
  • create Issue during viewing project
  • select project during create Issue
  • rename Board
  • add Board to an existing Project
  • delete Board from a project
  • Individual boards
  • Organization boards
  • Repository boards

Maybe another PR

  • move Board from one project to another ???

Definitely another PR:

  • Location of cards in the project board. Right now, cards location in a board cannot be persisted - i.e move card X above card Y in the same board.

@rudineirk UI suggestion ( from #3476 (comment) ) was used.

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gsantner commented Nov 8, 2019

just my 2cents:
why keep merging back and forth and having one big PR instead of "base" kanban PR & implementation and do then another PR(s)?
guess smaller PR is also a lot easier&faster to review.
(I mean, thats by some way suggested already by the description, but still there are many points open for the suggested initial base version.)

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adelowo commented Nov 8, 2019

It will be squashed eventually. Secondly, these features are tightly coupled.

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lunny commented Nov 16, 2019

Please resolve the conflicts.

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