On the control chart I have "show non working days" unticked.
But the way it display average cycle times seems odd:
In the average display (top left of chart)..
For values less than a week I get e.g. 3d 4h
For values over 1 week I get e.g. 1w 3d 4h
so far so good...
But I also see values like 1w 5d 4h
Should this last one not say 2w 4h if I am not counting NON working days.
Why does it show 1w then 5 days (5 days is one week assuming I'm only counting working days).
Does a 1w actually mean 5 days in the display or am I missing something.
I think my JIRA instance is configured to have 5 working days per 7 day calendar week (sat an sun are not working days). When i ask the control chart to not include working days in the calculations, it seems to me that a "week" for the purposes of the abbreviation is calculated as 7 working days (which doesn't make sense...).
E.g. The control chart says an issues cycle time is "1w 4d 4h 1m".
Started work: 4/04/2018 1:27:00 PM
Finished work: 19/04/2018 5:27:00 PM
~11 working days + 4 working hours. So seems the abbreviation is 7 working days (1w) + 4 days + 4 hours. This seems a nonsense conversion as the working days are spread across a 15 elapsed calendar days..
I would expect to see 1w = 5 working days. Is this a jira bug?
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