Add last active column in the Issue tracker table

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Add last active column in the Issue tracker table

Kumar Shivendu
Hello everyone, 
I am a new contributor to Django and I was facing difficulty in finding active issues and that gave me the idea of adding a last active column in the table. GSoC is approaching and we will be having many new contributors looking for tasks. So I think this feature can be a great help.

I propose that we alter https://code.djangoproject.com/query to be like this :

|                    Summary                      | ........ |  Last Active | 
| -------------------------------------------------   | ........ | ------------------- | 
| #<ticket_number> : <summary> | .......   | 4 Days Ago | 

Note that I have shifted data from the 'Ticket' column to 'Summary' because both of them point to the same URL. 

Would appreciate your thoughts. Please comment below.

Cheers!
Kumar Shivendu

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Re: Add last active column in the Issue tracker table

Adam Johnson-2
I believe this is already possible by activating the "Modified" column: https://imgur.com/E4NFEcM


On Tue, 23 Feb 2021 at 07:50, Kumar Shivendu <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello everyone, 
I am a new contributor to Django and I was facing difficulty in finding active issues and that gave me the idea of adding a last active column in the table. GSoC is approaching and we will be having many new contributors looking for tasks. So I think this feature can be a great help.

I propose that we alter https://code.djangoproject.com/query to be like this :

|                    Summary                      | ........ |  Last Active | 
| -------------------------------------------------   | ........ | ------------------- | 
| #<ticket_number> : <summary> | .......   | 4 Days Ago | 

Note that I have shifted data from the 'Ticket' column to 'Summary' because both of them point to the same URL. 

Would appreciate your thoughts. Please comment below.

Cheers!
Kumar Shivendu

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