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Why aren't plans archived?


Mark Ingebretson (58514835) | asked May 05 '10, 9:31 a.m.
We have a team which inadvertently deleted a plan. They lost key scrum
minutes and other data.

Why aren't plans archived like users, projects, iterations, etc?

Thanks,

Mark Ingebretson

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Ralph Schoon (58.0k23642) | answered May 06 '10, 2:43 a.m.
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Mark,

I'd suggest writing a work item if you find it necessary to add that functionality.

A good way to avoid loosing WiKi data on plans would be to restrict who can delete a plan.
Also Meeting minutes and other data required to be persisted could be tracked in work itmes and linked up to the plan wiki pages.

Just some thoughts.

Ralph

We have a team which inadvertently deleted a plan. They lost key scrum
minutes and other data.

Why aren't plans archived like users, projects, iterations, etc?

Thanks,

Mark Ingebretson

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