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From Daniel Gruno <rum...@cord.dk>
Subject Re: Apache Reporter Service
Date Tue, 03 Mar 2015 23:17:51 GMT


On 2015-03-04 00:13, Lefty Leverenz wrote:
> Way cool!  I just tried "Fetch releases from JIRA" and now it shows Hive
> releases starting with 0.3.0 in 2009.
great!
>
> One technical glitch, though:  release 0.9.0 is near the top of the y-axis
> and then 0.10.0 drops down to the bottom.  After 0.14.0 there's a jump up
> to the top with 1.0.0.
>
> Apparently the release number is being treated as decimal notation.
Yeah, patches are welcome - I'll need some javascript snippet that can 
figure that out generically.

With regards,
Daniel.
>
> -- Lefty
>
> On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 3:08 PM, Daniel Gruno <humbedooh@apache.org> wrote:
>
>> On 2015-03-04 00:04, Lefty Leverenz wrote:
>>
>>> Kudos, Daniel!  Great idea.
>>>
>>> Question 1:  How can RMs add release data if they aren't PMC members?
>>>    (This might be answered by your most recent message.)
>>>
>> They can't, which is why the email sent to people that push to dist says
>> to contact a PMC member to add a release.
>> They can, if you use JIRA, push a release tag there and have a PMC just
>> auto-update the lot once every quarter.
>>
>>> Questions 2 & 3:  Do the chart timelines advance week-by-week or
>>> month-by-month?  How often is the template refreshed?  The #emails sent
>>> "in
>>> the past 3 months" and "in the previous cycle" confused me -- does a cycle
>>> mean a reporting cycle or just a moving 3-month period?
>>>
>> Charts advance weekly. The comparison is not related to the reporting
>> cycle, but is always the past 3 months compared to the 3 before that.
>> If you use the service a few days before submitting a board report, the
>> data should be accurate :)
>>
>>> As a longer-term suggestion, could the submitted reports get pumped back
>>> into the Apache Reporter Service and displayed for public access, charts
>>> and all?  'Cuz I'm naturally curious about other projects.
>>>
>> All board reports are public on the foundation web site already.
>>
>> With regards,
>> Daniel.
>>
>>   -- Lefty Leverenz
>>> On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 2:58 PM, Daniel Gruno <humbedooh@apache.org>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> On 2015-03-03 23:09, Christopher wrote:
>>>>
>>>>   Pretty cool.
>>>>> A couple of suggestions:
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) if the release dates could be kept up-to-date from versions marked
in
>>>>> JIRA as "released" with a date (
>>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ACCUMULO/?
>>>>> selectedTab=com.atlassian.jira.jira-projects-plugin:versions-panel),
>>>>> that'd be really cool.
>>>>>
>>>>>   There is now a link called "Fetch releases from JIRA" which will fetch
>>>> release info from there :)
>>>>
>>>> With regards,
>>>> Daniel.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>   2) If the system could send a reminder about upcoming report deadlines,
>>>>> that'd be cool, too (maybe even expose them as ical, so we can see them
>>>>> in
>>>>> any calendar app).
>>>>>
>>>>> 3) It'd be really neat if one could fill in the missing bits into a
>>>>> field,
>>>>> and click "submit" to email directly from the interface.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Christopher L Tubbs II
>>>>> http://gravatar.com/ctubbsii
>>>>>
>>>>> On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 5:50 AM, Daniel Gruno <humbedooh@apache.org>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>    Hi folks,
>>>>>
>>>>>> as some of you will have noticed, either by the commits I just made
or
>>>>>> conversations going on elsewhere, I have started work on a new helper
>>>>>> system for PMCs called the Apache Reporter Service. This is sort
of an
>>>>>> external addition to Whimsy, and shows various statistics and data
for
>>>>>> projects, designed to aid chairs (and other lurkers) in viewing and
>>>>>> compiling data for board reports.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The system is now live at: https://reporter.apache.org - you will
need
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> be a PMC member of a project to view this site, and you will - in
>>>>>> general -
>>>>>> only be shown data for projects where you are on the PMC.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The system will show you:
>>>>>> - Your next report date and the chair of the project
>>>>>> - PMC and committership changes over the past 3 months, as well as
>>>>>> latest
>>>>>> additions if >3 months ago
>>>>>> - The latest releases done this quarter (if added by RMs)
>>>>>> - Mailing list statistics: number of subscribers as well as number
of
>>>>>> emails sent this quarter and the previous
>>>>>> - JIRA tickets opened/closed this quarter (if correctly mapped within
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> system)
>>>>>> - A mock-up of a board report, with the above data compiled into
it (to
>>>>>> be
>>>>>> edited heavily by the chair!)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Quick-navigation (hot-links) can be done by using the LDAP name of
a
>>>>>> project in the URL, for instance: https://reporter.apache.org/?apr
>>>>>> would
>>>>>> navigate directly to the Apache Portable Runtime project if you are
on
>>>>>> that
>>>>>> PMC (or a member of the foundation).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The report mock-up is meant as a help only, not a canonical template
>>>>>> for
>>>>>> board reports. Vital items, such as community activity and board
issues
>>>>>> are
>>>>>> intentionally left for the reporter (chair) to fill out, and heaven
>>>>>> help
>>>>>> the woman/man who submits a report with these fields left as default
>>>>>> ;).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Later today, I plan to enable the distribution watching part of this
>>>>>> service, which will send reminders to anyone who pushes a release,
that
>>>>>> they should (not required, but if they want to!) add their release
data
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> the system, so as to help others using the system to get an overview
of
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> status of any given project.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have already gotten a lot of really useful feedback, but if you
see
>>>>>> something you'd like to change, either shoot me an email here on
the
>>>>>> comdev
>>>>>> list, or commit a change to the system in svn.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> With regards,
>>>>>> Daniel.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>


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