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From Martin Sebor <se...@roguewave.com>
Subject Re: [Fwd: JIRA now hooked up to Fisheye]
Date Sat, 16 Feb 2008 21:07:34 GMT

The repository has been indexed. Check it out here:
  http://fisheye6.cenqua.com/browse/stdcxx

Don't forget to browse to docs:
  http://www.atlassian.com/software/fisheye/features/


Martin Sebor wrote:
> 
> FYI:
> 
> I opened https://support.atlassian.com/browse/FSH-520 and got our
> INFRA's approval to get our Subversion repository indexed at
> http://fisheye6.cenqua.com/ as a demo of the feature to help us decide
> if we want to integrate it into Jira or not. The indexing takes place over
> the weekend so if all goes according to plan the demo should be up
> next week.
> 
> 
> Martin Sebor wrote:
>> 
>> Travis Vitek wrote:
>>>  
>>> Is it necessary or useful? Does it do anything to reduce our workload,
>>> add to it, or is it totally transparent to those who don't use it? What
>>> are the administration costs?
>> 
>> I thought you liked new toys ;-)
>> 
>> I don't think it's necessary. The ViewVC interface to Subversion
>> provides similar views (without the statistics). We can get some
>> of the same statistics (activity per author) from Ohloh, just not
>> entirely up to date. The activity per issue is unique to FishEye,
>> AFAICS. But I don't see the statistics as essential at all.
>> 
>> I do think FishEye could be useful. It shows the recent commit
>> history of the project, complete with ChangeLog entries for each
>> commit, all under the same interface as a project's issues. I.e.,
>> it makes it more convenient to view both issues and the changes
>> made to resolve them. All this data is already available, but we
>> have to work a little harder to get at it. For example, I use
>> the commits list for code review, Jira to look at issue the
>> changes resolve, and the issues list to monitor issue activity
>> in general. It looks to me as though I might be able to replace
>> the first two out of the three by just monitoring the FishEye
>> Recent Changesets view. You should check it out when you have
>> a few minutes:
>> 
>>      http://tinyurl.com/yo8jtq
>> 
>> Other than figuring out who to ask to set it up for us there's
>> no more admin cost to us than there is to administer any other
>> Jira plugin we use (and there are dozens).
>> 
>> Martin
>> 
>>> 
>>> My concern is that the stdcxx project is becoming more complex to use
>>> and maintain. I could spend weeks trying to learn how to use all of the
>>> software that we're currently using [subversion, jira, subversion, wiki,
>>> forrest, ...] and I am expected to at least have some knowledge of how
>>> to use it. Every time I sit down to use one of the tools, I end up
>>> spending precious time trying to figure out how to make it do what I
>>> want it to.
>>> 
>>> I see that it makes it easy to see diffs of files and file history
>>> without having to use the svn client or web browser. I guess this could
>>> be useful to some, but I'm perfectly happy using the existing tools for
>>> this.
>>> 
>>> Travis
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: Martin Sebor
>>>>
>>>> FYI: This looks quite interesting. We might want to look into
>>>> getting our svn set up with FishEye as well. What do y'all
>>>> think?
>>>>
>>>> -------- Original Message --------
>>>> From: Jeff Turner
>>>>
>>>> Since JIRA 3.12+ comes bundled with the Fisheye plugin, I thought we 
>>>> might as well use it.  There's now a Fisheye project tab with pretty
>>>> graphs and things,
>>>> eg:
>>>>
>>>> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMO?report=com.atlassian.jir
>>> a.plugin.system.project:openissues-panel
>>>> and issues have a Fisheye tab if a commit was made against them.
>>>>
>>>> It's enabled for the following projects, which are indexed on
>>>> fisheye6.cenqua.com:
>>>>
>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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