Marc, those are all things that are targeted for the Tracker Reporting
feature I've been working on. I've almost finished moving the CSV
export into the Reporting tool and out of the Admin panel (after talking
with Sylvie), and have added some great UI functionality to it, as well
as some additional options. As soon as that is complete, I will be
working on more sophisticated reporting that can either be done
standalone, reported as a Wiki page, or can provide graphs and such that
can be incorporated into wiki pages.
Among some of the features will be summary reports that will answer "how
many items are open, closed, pending", and how many are open that are
keyed on a date field and are over X days old, how many are overdue,
based on keyed date fields, how many items does Y user have, and how
many of which are open, etc etc. A lot of detailed ad-hoc reporting is
That was one of the earliest requirements from my users, so it's
something I've been working towards. The upgrade from 1.9 to 2.0 has
caused me to refocus efforts on compatibility and other feature
consistency, but now that I'm done that, I've been working on it. Most
of what you've put in the wishlist already will be incorporated one way
or another into the Reporting feature. Additional requirements outside
of actual metric reporting can be merged in later.
[mailto:tikiwiki-devel-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Marc
Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2008 3:52 PM
To: Tikiwiki developers
Subject: [Tikiwiki-devel] 1- Better reporting from tracker data :
Featurerequest up for comments 2- Update on improvements to Tiki asa
situational application builder (wiki application)
This is a feature request that will open up a whole lot of
possibilities on the application wiki front (
It's quite a head spinner!
Better reporting from tracker data
Feedback appreciated. We'll work on this soon.
On a related note, Sylvie has recently picked some low-hanging fruit.
This will further extend our tight integration between trackers and
the wiki. She has coded page tracker for 3.0:
This permits that some info on a wiki page is fed dynamically from the
trackers. This was already possible using trackeritemid plugin, but
the tracker ID had to be passed as a parameter to the wiki page. Now,
the wiki page will be selected from the tracker.
Combining with previous work (codename: pretty trackers), we can now
Infoboxes like MediaWiki/Wikipedia, but making use of trackers to be
You can expect to see many profiles using one or many of these:
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