This portlet shows a burn-down graph for the selected version.
You need to select a project and sprint in the drop-down lists before you can see the graph!
Note: A sprint needs a Start date and an End date to be able to generate a Burn-down graph.
The graph is calculated using the Estimated time and Remaining time on the issues in the sprint. The total scope is set by the total estimated time of the version. An ideal burn-down is shown as a slanted line from 100% of estimated time at the start to 0% at the end. The progress is calculated by the changes in actual and remaining time on the issues.
Two lines are shown:
- Ideal time - this blue line goes from 100% at the start to 0% at the end.
- Remaining time - this red line represents how the work progresses on the sprint. The goal should be to reach zero before the sprint end date (the deadline).
Note: changing the scope by adding or removing issues from the sprint can change the look of the graph, as the graph is recalculated using the new values for total estimated time, and actual/remaining times.