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Improved usage of JIRA for development tracking

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Hello all,

I was wondering if there was going to be a more intensive use of JIRA for the version 3 release? I was trying to see what fixes were in 2.1.7 and didn't get all the results I hoped for.

Right now there seems to be a half-hearted usage of this tool and although things get updated there it doesn't seem comprehensive. Also, there doesn't seem to be issue level integration with CVS to let me know what changed when fixes are made.

In addition will/can JIRA be upgraded to the most recent version? 3.7 is the most current and JForum instance references 3.3.

[originally posted on jforum.net by ewise]
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Hi there,

You are right. I have discussed this with Rafael and we must improve the way we work in this project. One of the issues is that everything should go into Jira.

The problem is that a lot of bugs is reported in this forum. I think we should close down the Bugs forum here, and direct people into Jira. Else it is hard to maintain a complete list of changes/bugfixes.

Rafael has requested a new license from Atlassian. Hopefully we will get it soon. I will then upgrade to the latest version, and also put up integration with CVS.

We are looking at all aspects of the project. And soon you will start to see the results (hopefully )

[originally posted on jforum.net by lazee]
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