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From "Steven Tocco" <sto...@bea.com>
Subject RE: [vote] cleaning up jira by renaming v1 to v1m1
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2005 14:27:29 GMT
+1

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Feit 
Sent: Monday, June 13, 2005 9:21 PM
To: Beehive Developers
Subject: Re: [vote] cleaning up jira by renaming v1 to v1m1

+1

Eddie ONeil wrote:

>All--
>
>  In the course of releasing Beehive 1.0 v1m1, we overloaded the use
>of the "V1" release Fix Version in JIRA to really mean "V1m1".  The
>result is that we've now stolen the "V1" release version from the bug
>tracking system making it harder to explain how to file / fix bugs
>going forward.
>
>  It appears that JIRA has a "merge" option for releases, and given
>this, I believe that we can take the bugs currently with a "Fix
>Version" in "V1" and reassign them to a new release "V1m1".
>
>  This would allow us to use the "V1" moniker for work that is going
>on as we actually move toward a 1.0 (Incubating) release.  We could
>then bring bugs back from TBD that will be fixed before 1.0
>
>  So, I'd like to suggest that we rename the "V1" bugs to "V1m1" and
>use "V1" to mean the bugs going forward en route to 1.0.  Please vote!
>
>Eddie
>
>Vote:
>[+1] Yes, push the "V1" bugs back to "V1m1"
>[0]  Abstain / not sure / don't care.
>[-1] No, leave the bugs in "V1".  If you vote this way, please provide
>an explanation and add a new moniker for what to actually call 1.0
>that isn't "V1".  :)
>
>  
>
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