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From Christopher <ctubb...@apache.org>
Subject JIRA Work Logged / Git History Discrepancies
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2015 20:43:03 GMT
Devs (in particular, committers),

I'm noticing a fair number of JIRA issues which are left open after work
has been logged on them (commits have been pushed). These represent two
cases:
1. The problem was fixed / work was completed, but nobody resolved the
issue in JIRA.
2. An intermediate commit was made which does not complete the work. These
typically involve adding additional logging to help debug.

For #1, all I can do is say: please remember to close your issues after
pushing your changes (with the proper fixVersion set for the branches in
which it was applied). Release managers should double check for open issues
with work logged prior to releasing.
For #2, I think what is best is that if you need to add additional
logging/debug messages, please create a sub-task for improving the logging
and commit those improvements under the sub-task issue. That way, we can
close that issue when it is completed, even if the parent issue isn't yet
complete. (unless somebody has a better suggestion)

Doing these two things will help ensure that our CHANGES / release notes
actually reflect the work which was done in a tagged release and prevent
discrepancies between JIRA and the git history.

--
Christopher L Tubbs II
http://gravatar.com/ctubbsii

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