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[Feature] Pretty ID for Cards #2450

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justinr1234 opened this issue Jun 5, 2019 · 4 comments
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[Feature] Pretty ID for Cards #2450

justinr1234 opened this issue Jun 5, 2019 · 4 comments
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@justinr1234 justinr1234 commented Jun 5, 2019

Pre-requisite task: #2449

After we have Board Key prefixes, each task should have a pretty ID that is auto-incrementing such as:

DEV-1
DEV-2
DEV-3

Each new task is assigned an automatically incrementing ID.

This will likely require a multi-server safe way of incrementing IDs in mongodb without taking a lock on the DB.

@xet7 xet7 added this to the 2019-10-31 Stats milestone Jun 6, 2019
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@justinr1234 justinr1234 commented Jul 2, 2019

@road42 would you be able to tackle this after the board key? #2450

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@road42 road42 commented Jul 5, 2019

@justinr1234 This should be possible to do after #2450, yes. But we'll have to discuss a few points then :)

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@mikesutton mikesutton commented Oct 17, 2019

I have a different take on the pretty ID - the ideal for our use case is pretty IDs at various levels that can be joined to form something compound but also self-describing.

i.e boards have pretty id, so do each list in a board, and then the item on a list..

e.g Board 'Marketing' - marketing
Board | List 'Partners' - partners (marketing-partners)
Board | List | Item 'Research Partners' - research_partners (marketing-partners-research_partners)

then we can use it for all kind of cool things like git branch names that are self-describing.

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@justinr1234 justinr1234 commented Oct 17, 2019

@mikesutton I like it

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