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  1. Jira Server and Data Center
  2. JRASERVER-19741

Project Summary Versions Due shows misleading date information

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    • Introduced in Version:
      4
    • Symptom Severity:
      Severity 2 - Major
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      Atlassian Update – 04 December 2017

      Hi everyone,

      We have recently reviewed this issue and the overall interest in the problem. As the issue hasn't collect votes, watchers, comments, or support cases from many customers during its lifetime, it's very low on our priority list, and will not be fixed in the foreseeable future. That's why we've decided to resolve it as Time Out.

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      Atlassian Update – 04 December 2017 Hi everyone, We have recently reviewed this issue and the overall interest in the problem. As the issue hasn't collect votes, watchers, comments, or support cases from many customers during its lifetime, it's very low on our priority list, and will not be fixed in the foreseeable future. That's why we've decided to resolve it as Time Out . Although we're aware the issue is still important to those of you who were involved in the conversations around it, we want to be clear in managing your expectations. The Jira team is focusing on issues that have broad impact and high value, reflected by the number of comments, votes, support cases, and customers interested. Please consult the Atlassian Bugfix Policy for more details. We understand how disappointing this decision may be, but we hope you'll appreciate our transparent approach and communication. Atlassian will continue to watch this issue for further updates, so please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Thank you, Ignat Alexeyenko Jira Bugmaster

      Description

      I created three releases, all scheduled for Monday (last week, today, and next Monday). This is what I see on the Summary page:

      This is somewhat confusing. Today is Monday and we see two releases that could be interpreted to be the same: "Today" and "Monday". But what's worse is if I "release" the versions "Release 1.0" and "Release 1.1". I now see this:

      As today is Monday, I get the impression that "Release 1.2" is due today, even though the real release date is next week! I propose that two changes need to be made:

      1. Change it so that a "Release 1.2" description refers to Monday as "Next Monday" or "Next week Monday".
      2. Additionally, show the full date with the "friendly" description: "Today: November 16, 2009" or "Next Monday: November 23, 2009"

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              bbeb0421b831 Davor Barcan
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