Hello Gitlab users,
I don’t know if it’s possible with Gitlab but I would like to have a multi-project scrum board to follow my team’s work during a sprint (board and burndown chart). But each sub-project could have a different milestone. Let’s say that I have a sub-project for the front part of my app and one for the back. I want the two projects to have their own milestone because I want to be able to release only one project at the end of a sprint (if all the issues of the sprint are focused on one sub-project). So I’ve created a group with my two projects and I’ve seen that I can create a group milestone but it doesn’t seem to match my needs… Any idea how I could handle it ?
Thanks in advance !
if you create an issue board on the highest group level, with including/filtering the 2 milestones from the projects, doesn’t this work for a better view? Maybe you can share your current project structure or existing issue board filters as screenshot.
Thank you for your answer. I don’t find any way to filter a group board on a sub-project milestone. It seems that only the group milestones are available. And I’m not sure that I can filter on several milestones either.
I don’t have started the project still, I’m just doing some research to prepare it. But I know that I’ll have several projects to manage and a small team of developers that will work on all of these projects. We currently have another project that we manage with gitlab so I want to continue to use it for this other project.
My ideal way to organize it would be to have this structure :
- Group new-project
- Sub-project 1
- Sub-project 2
- Sub-project 3
And then when we’ll start the sprints, have something like that :
Group Milestone Sprint 1
- project 1 milestone 0.1.0
- project 2 milestone 0.1.0
Group Milestone Sprint 2
- project 2 milestone 0.2.0
Group Milestone Sprint 3
- project 1 milestone 0.2.0
- project 2 milestone 0.3.0
- project 3 milestone 0.1.0
And for each sprint I want to be able to have a board to follow the tasks and a global burndown chart.
Do you think that this is something doable ?