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From "Christopher Tubbs (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (ACCUMULO-2736) update our contributor guidelines to explain how we use jira
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2014 19:48:18 GMT

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Christopher Tubbs commented on ACCUMULO-2736:
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That would require us to stop adding sub-tasks to CHANGES. Right now, we're including them.
I'm all in favor of making sub-tasks, and excluding them from CHANGES.

> update our contributor guidelines to explain how we use jira
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ACCUMULO-2736
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ACCUMULO-2736
>             Project: Accumulo
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: docs
>            Reporter: Sean Busbey
>            Priority: Minor
>
> It would help use reduce churn on the jira if we had a short guide for people on selecting
Types, Priorities, Components, Labels, FixVersions, and Resolution Status.
> Take resolution statuses as an example. We should start with and link to [jira's built
in help|https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ShowConstantsHelp.jspa?decorator=popup#ResolutionTypes]
> We should clarify any resolution types that use explanations that claim the purpose is
obvious (i.e. Implemented, Later, Done, Unresolved) and any that we add above the defaults.
In particular, we should emphasize the use of statuses that end up in release CHANGES.
> From IRC, we should leverage Christopher's explanation of how he reads the resolution
types:
> {noformat}
> 12:51 <@elserj> not sure what your criteria on fixVersion is
> 12:52 <@ctubbsii> fixVersion should be used if it's marked "Fixed", otherwise,
it doesn't make sense. only "Fixed" issues show up in CHANGES (JIRA's auto-generated release
notes)
> 12:53 <@ctubbsii> all other labels are reasons *not* to fix it ("Done" means "don't
need to do, because it's already done", "Implemented" means "don't need to do, because it's
already implemented", 
>                   etc.).
> 12:53 <@ctubbsii> I'm updating the resolution type and fixVersion, based on whether
the issue identified was addressed in that version.
> 12:54 <@madrob> ctubbsii: can you document that somewhere. i'm not sure that i
share your view of JIRA states
> 12:54 <@ctubbsii> madrob: it's no my view... it's how JIRA uses it internally.
> 12:54 <@ctubbsii> s/no/not/
> 12:54 <@madrob> i would still like a link
> 12:54 <@ctubbsii> This is empirical. I don't know if it's documented.
> 12:55 <@busbey> ctubbsii: you could perhaps update our contributors page
> 12:55 <@busbey> to say what status should be used on closing a ticket
> 12:56 <@ctubbsii> busbey: I could... but I'm busy on other tasks... would somebody
who has an interest in that mind performing that task that they wish to see accomplished?
> 12:57 <@madrob> i'm interested in seeing what your definitions are
> 12:57 <@ctubbsii> madrob: definitions of what?
> 12:57 <@busbey> I'm interested in tickets being closed correctly the first time.
I can't help make clear to people the criteria that results in you reclosing.
> 12:58 <@busbey> I mean, I'm willing to take a shot at reverse engineering it
> 12:58 <@busbey> the chat room here is an excellent start
> 12:58 <@busbey> but I'm hesitant to document something, have people start taking
it as 'the right way', and cause you further trouble down the road
> 12:59 <@busbey> ctubbsii: madrob means your definitions of ticket statuses
> 12:59 <@busbey> how about I make a ticket that we need this and people can follow
up if needed later
> 13:00 <@ctubbsii> I don't have definitions. All I know is that the only resolution
that ends up in CHANGES is "Fixed", which implies that the only resolution that implies "Fixed"
is "Fixed". I don't have definitions of the others... I'm guessing.
> 13:02 <@madrob> Then you can make a definition. Or look up if Atlassian provides
definitions.
> 13:02 <@madrob> I just want consistency.
> 13:02 <@kturner> when you go to resolve an issue there is a little help
> 13:02 <@kturner> question mark
> 13:02 <@kturner> everything is defined except for Done
> 13:03 <@kturner> https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ShowConstantsHelp.jspa?decorator=popup#ResolutionTypes
> 13:05 <@busbey> that help isn't clear on e.g. if a new feature request should be
closed as "Implemented" or "Fixed"
> 13:05 <@busbey> my guess is Fixed so it shows up in CHANGES
> 13:06 <@ctubbsii> kturner: thanks for the link. It clearly states that only one
of them is "Fixed". While it doesn't provide strict definitions for "Implemented" and "Done",
it does seem explicit that they do not imply a fix is "checked into the tree and tested"
> 13:07 <@kturner> thanks for cleaning up the tickets... its a big improvement over
the previous state of things
> {noformat}



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