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From Rick Hillegas <rick.hille...@oracle.com>
Subject Re: Splitting up the fixed issues listing in the release notes
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2012 14:22:48 GMT
On 6/25/12 6:48 AM, Kristian Waagan wrote:
> Hi,
> While looking through the release notes for 10.9 it occurred to me 
> that rather many of the issues listed under "Bug Fixes" aren't of 
> particular interest for users of Derby, and that those that are of 
> interest may be somewhat hard to find in the long list.
> Do people think it makes sense to split up the list of fixed bugs into 
> several sections, for instance product fixes, docs and web site fixes 
> ,and test fixes?
> I chose the two additional categories because they stand out 
> relatively clearly. Maybe I'm wrong, but I imagine some users would 
> want to skip the test issues, look at the docs issues to see if there 
> have been fixes to relevant areas, and look at the list of product 
> fixes out of curiosity or to check if there may be fixes that address 
> particular problems they are seeing with Derby.
> I've attached an example, and a diff showing the required changes to 
> the build tools. There are details to settle for a final version of 
> this functionality.
> Regards,
Hi Kristian,

This seems like a step in the right direction. It's less brittle than 
the alternative approach of adding a new JIRA field to flag which issues 
deserve to turn up in the release notes. A further refinement might be 
to exclude the issues in the Test and Website components.

I spotted a null release id in the first sentence of the "Bug Fixes" 


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