That seems to make the most sense actually. Though it becomes more than a few lines of updates :)
I would not mind doing it if you did not have the time

From: [] On Behalf Of Victor Boctor
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 11:14 PM
Subject: RE: [Mantisbt-dev] Feature request

Hi Cris,


Maybe we should consider adding a threshold for reporting issues against non-released versions.  In your case, qa, developers, managers, and admins can, but customers should not be able to.


What do you think?





-----Original Message-----
From: Cristopher Daniluk []
Sent: Friday, 29 October 2004 1:08 PM
Subject: [Mantisbt-dev] Feature request


I am sort of miffed that you can't add bugs to a version which is not released in Mantis. To us, released means released to our customer - but most of our bugs come from our own QA people. It would be nice to have "Accepting issues" separate from "Released" for tracking purposes. I was going to create a quick patch to do this, but there's only a couple lines of code changed so I thought someone having to merge the changes would probably take more effort than just making the change.


Does anyone think this is a bad idea?


- Cris