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From Robert Matthews <>
Subject Re: commit messages and JIRA
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2011 09:59:01 GMT
Indeed. But the slope goes both ways. How often do you then end up 
creating the tickets; or do you slip an improvement in behind another on 
another ticket.

Let's go with umbrella ticket and revise the plan as we see fit. Along 
as we don't ignore that spelling mistake, leave in the poor formatting 
or forsake improving the codes readability then we'll be fine, but if we 
find ourselves thinking better of it then we should worry.


On 20/07/11 10:44, Dan Haywood wrote:
> If we make an exception then it's a slippery slope... how small is small?
> It doesn't take long to create a new ticket in jira.  My view is that an umbrella ticket
is a reasonable compromise.
> Dan
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 20 Jul 2011, at 10:07, Robert Matthews<>  wrote:
>> Could we not just agree on some commit heading that will cover these cases.
>> On 20/07/11 07:41, Dan Haywood wrote:
>>> On 19/07/2011 13:19, Robert Matthews wrote:
>>>> I'm all for that (+1).  What happens for other changes - reforactorings or
small incremental improvements?
>>> My suggestion is to create an umbrella ticket that will get closed out for the
release.  For example, I created ISIS-107 for fixes to documentation links on the website.
>>> Dan

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