incubator-callback-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Brian LeRoux...@brian.io>
Subject Re: JIRA dashboard widgets
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2012 14:53:53 GMT
I find this view helpful for understanding the amount of work
remaining for a particular release. http://goo.gl/VDKsB

JIRA urls are horrifying.

On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 6:28 AM, Patrick Mueller <pmuellr@gmail.com> wrote:
> I just noticed this on my JIRA dashboard:
>
>    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7047/6880535202_006c6e502d_o.jpg
>
> Bummer that these are transient images that I had to 'paste' to flickr.  :-(
>
> And let me start off by saying I'm not concerned about the "redness" of the
> graphic.  It's not clear what it's even showing me.  For instance, I'm in a
> habit of closing issues, but not resolving them.  So, I'm guessing the
> created vs closed graph would look "less red".
>
> What I'm really wondering is if we're annotating our issues, or if we want
> to, in such a way that we could do some potentially more meaningful graphs.
>  For instance, it would be interesting to see "issues created for version
> x.y.z vs. issues closed for version x.y.z".  But you actually just want to
> see the differential of those values, in which case the lifetime of such a
> chart for would look more "bell curve" shaped than "increasing monotonic".
>  Give you sort of an idea of how much work went on.  Kinda.  Maybe not.
>  Maybe how close we are to finishing a release?
>
> This would likely require diligence in annotating issues.  Which I'll admit
> is a quality I don't have.  :-)
>
> Not out of the question we could do this during "planning" calls though.
>
> And then, in general, has anyone found any other JIRA dashboard widgets to
> be useful?  I currently have four lists of issues on the left hand side of
> my dashboard: Watched Issues, Assigned to Me, Filtered results for a
> "weinre" filter I created, Filtered results for a "opened by me" filter
> (that I couldn't believe I had to create myself - nothing built-in for
> this?).  Between those 4, I typically can find anything I'm looking for,
> fairly quickly.
>
> --
> Patrick Mueller
> http://muellerware.org

Mime
View raw message