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From Lorin Beer <>
Subject Re: Cordova vs Company workflow
Date Wed, 05 Jun 2013 18:25:56 GMT
Yes, putting a comment on the issue itself should be sufficient. If
you're familiar with the person, im/irc message is appreciated, but
not necessary.

Generally, Fil is correct. I generally do not mark issues I'm working
on as "in progress", but that's something I will immediately adress.

On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 9:41 AM, Filip Maj <> wrote:
> Pretty much.
> My assumption is when looking through JIRA that if an issue isn't "In
> Progress" then I can freely assign to myself and mark it as "In Progress"
> to denote that I am working on it.
> On 6/5/13 9:28 AM, "Carlos Santana" <> wrote:
>>  When you say "ping the person it is assigned to" you mean put a comment
>>on the JIRA ticket?
>>This way everyone is aware that someone is interested on taking over the
>>ticket or have some input?
>>Sorry if it was a dumb, question I'm trying to understand the workflow of
>>(open ticket, add comment to JIRA ticket showing interest on working the
>>ticket, get agreement from assignee, start solving problem, submit pull
>>request, post to dev mailing list for code review)
>>On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Lorin Beer <>
>>> I've CC'd the relevant parties, but as a reminder of best practice:
>>> regardless of internal company workflow for Cordova contribution, when
>>> tackling an issue filed on jira:
>>> 1. if it is not assigned to you, ping the person it is assigned to
>>> 2. discuss assigning to yourself
>>> 3. begin solving the issue
>>> Keeping work in non-apache repos, and chiming in with a fix once the
>>> issue has already been resolved leads to frustration and duplication
>>> of work.
>>> Clear communication is key to cooperating on a project like this, and
>>> that involves letting everyone know what you are working on. The
>>> system we employ for that purpose is JIRA.
>>> - Lorin
>>Carlos Santana

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