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From "Henri Yandell" <>
Subject Re: [all] Jira?
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2006 00:06:01 GMT
On 4/27/06, Stephen Colebourne <> wrote:
> Henri Yandell wrote:
> > Given this positive feedback so far, I'm going to email the infra@
> > mailing list to see how they would go about doing it _if_ we decided
> > we wanted to move.
> >
> > I think we should be moving from 1 project with 37 components to 37
> > projects - it'll allow us to manage the components individually of
> > each other without the kind of version overlap and general noise
> > issues that we currently have.
> Jakarta Http Components just created their first Jira, and they got the
> name JHCHTTPCORE. Thus this _could_ get caught up in a debate about
> Jakarta and groupings.

That's the id-code rather than the name (afaik).

I didn't know that that was being standardised - JHCHTTPCORE is
terrible, sounds like a sneeze.

Ideally we should use whatever we want, it's not a namespace to fight
over, just need to be unique.

> Personally, I'd like to see each component able to move grouping within
> Jakarta, thus we should use naming like JAKLANG or JAKARTALANG, rather
> than JLCLANG (for Jakarta Language Components).
> We also need to be aware that about half the commons websites now have
> links tailored to bugzilla, and these links get placed into maven built
> distributed projects. Another bit of work to do.

Not sure anything can be done about that one. Do you mean the sites
that get stuck in the zips (by maven built distributed projects) or
something else? I suspect that every project has had a period of cold
turkey when it moved over. Any idea Martin? Is there a .htaccess in
the Bugzilla somehow?


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