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From "Richard S. Hall" <he...@ungoverned.org>
Subject Re: [JIRA] Closing issues
Date Fri, 16 Mar 2007 12:47:44 GMT
Enrique Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi, Felix developers,
> Most of you know this but we have some new contributors.  Also,
> permissions weren't set optimally.
> 1)  With JIRA, typically a committer "resolves" an issue.  Then the
> person that reported the issue "closes" the issue.  So, for example, I
> just resolved several issues related to wrapper POMs.  Now, once the
> issue reporter is happy with the work I did, eg it passes a test case
> or a patch is committed, then the reporter closes the issues.  As an
> admin I can, of course, close issues but it is bad practice.

Well, hopefully it is not too bad of a practice, since I do it 
occasionally, such as when I know the reporter (e.g., Clement) or when 
the resolution seems obvious or when it hasn't been closed for a long time.

Sorry for being bad. :-)

-> richard

> 2)  Felix didn't have permissions set optimally.  I added the role
> "Reporter" to the list of roles in JIRA that can close an issue.  This
> has come up before on other projects.
> Assuming you have admin permissions, in JIRA you can:
> Click "Administration."
> Select the Felix project.
> Edit "Permission Scheme."
> For Permission "Close Issues," click Add, then select "Reporter" and 
> save.
> Enrique

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