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From Sebastian Mohr <flex.masul...@gmail.com>
Subject [PROPOSAL] Busy people should file an issue and set it to "In Progress" in Jira (was: Re: "Who is working on what?")
Date Wed, 24 Oct 2012 09:19:54 GMT
@Stefan ... I agree on what you are saying.

Could everyone, who is working on Apache Flex, please file an 
issue into Jira and set it to "In Progress" so that other people, that 
plan to jump into the project, can see who is currently working on
which issues? Also, a remark which Apache Flex version (4.8, 4.9, 
5, ... etc.) this issue belongs to would be very helpful for us.

I would expect, that this practice, would really help to improve 
the transparency of the current progress of Apache Flex.

Sincerely Yours,

Sebastian Mohr
Apache Flex Developer (PPMC),  
Interaction Designer & Musician

On Oct 23, 2012, at 4:30 PM, Stefan Horochovec wrote:

> Hello
> It is essential to know where each one is working for anybody that works in
> the same solution, and also so we can work collaboratively.
> I believe that the implementation record being made in JIRA is the best
> option.
> You can record various types of issues and people who are interested in
> participating in the solution can contact the own via JIRA comments. Also
> it is possible to create sub-tasks from an  issue, controlling votes on the
> implementation, submit files, etc.
> Stefan Horochovec
> 2012/10/23 Carol Frampton <cframpto@adobe.com>
>> On 10/23/12 5 :13AM, "Christophe Herreman" <christophe.herreman@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> IMO the Jira dashboards have enough widgets to get a nice overview of who
>>> is working on how many and which issues for different versions. Check the
>>> "Two Dimensional Filter Statistics" widget for that matter.
>>> I'm personally not a fan of introducing another/extra tool next to Jira.
>> I agree.  I think we should figure out how to use JIRA more effectively.
>> Perhaps that means assigning a bug to yourself and marking in progress or
>> maybe it means something else.  I think that is what we need to figure
>> out.  Once we do that it is easy enough to create a filter that everyone
>> can use to see what is in progress.
>> Carol

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