Cross reporting list of all projects and associated team members?

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    Suzie Prince

    Hi Lisa


    FYI using the Macro Development Toolkit changes available with Mingle 3.0 you should be able to create a macro to display the users associated with all projects. You won't be able to get a list of all users for all projects without specifying the projects explicitly in the macro but you should be able to get them once you specify the projects.


    Perhaps when the toolkit changes are available you or someone else will write this macro.


    Thanks Suzie



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    Sandi Rothman

    Lisa - We've built a page that has each  project team and a few highlight stories of what they are working on for the current iteration and the next.  However, it's broken up by team and although it's all on one page, it's not aggregated nor can it be sorted.

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    mattgow

    Suzie, I've got a bunch of cases where cross-project reporting is in very hot demand and I really want to hit the ground running with it as soon as 3.0 drops. Given that it will be provided in a Macro I think it will take me more time to get my head around it and get it implemented. Is there any chance of seeing some documentation about how that macro will work so I can prepare?

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    Jennifer Marley

    Hi Matt


    We hope to have the new Mingle Macro Development Toolkit (including doco) posted to RubyForge by week's end.  I will update the Community when it is available.


    -jen

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    mattgow

    Great. Thanks

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    Jennifer Marley

    Hi Matt


    The new Mingle Macro Development Toolkit (v 1.3) has been uploaded to RubyForge at http://rubyforge.org/projects/mingle-macros/


    This version will work with Mingle 3.0, which will be released next week.


    -jen

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