What's the use of this "GreenHopper Scrum Issue Type Scheme"?

I'm not sure how this got created, or what it's used for, but I see a GreenHopper Scrum Issue Type Scheme in my admin area.

Why does GH try to impose it's own issue type scheme if you can only use one for your entire project? What's wrong with whatever custom one I've set up so far? It doesn't seem I must use this GH scheme to actually make use of GH or am I missing something?

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Thomas Schlegel Community Champion Aug 06, 2012
GreenHopper is supporting SCRUM methods to work in a project. If you do SCRUM as its intended, you need some new issue types: Stories and Technical Tasks.

I think some functionality of GreenHopper is only working when you use the SCRUM Issue Type Scheme. That's why we have added our custom issue types to the SCRUM scheme and use this one. But I'm not sure, if this is possible in the hosted Version of Jira.



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