What are the best practices for defining workflow for documentation and localization tasks?

Almost every issue needs a documentation subtask.

Many issues need a localization subtask.

Should documentation and localization issues have their own workflow?

Should each project have documentation and localization components, so that those issues would be automatically assigned to the component owner?

Should "Create Issue" screen have a checkbox "Needs documentation", which would create a documentation subtask with specific fields?

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I would recommend using a mandatory select list say Documentation required: Yes, No, Not Applicable. Similarly for Localisation. This way everyone has to select this field and if it is not required the reporter must select Not Applicable.

This is the simplest implementation, with the help of two custom fields.

Rahul

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