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From conflue...@apache.org
Subject [CONF] Apache Jackrabbit > Issue Tracker
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2011 12:44:00 GMT
Space: Apache Jackrabbit (https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/JCR)
Page: Issue Tracker (https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/JCR/Issue+Tracker)

Change Comment:
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Describe recommended issue workflow

Edited by Jukka Zitting:
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Apache Jackrabbit uses Jira for tracking bug reports and requests for improvements, new features,
and other changes.

The issue tracker is available at https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR and is readable
by everyone. A Jira account is needed to create new issues and to comment on existing issues.
Use the [registration form|https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/Signup!default.jspa] to request
an account if you do not already have one.

h2. Issue workflow

When an issue is created, it's in the *Open* state. This is the time for describing the issue
and discussing possible ways of solving it. If a proposed patch is attached, then the issue
can optionally be moved to the *Patch available* state to give it more visibility. If the
patch is cancelled because more work is needed, the issue moves back to the *Open* state.

Once the issue is solved, the committer who committed the changes marks the issue as *Resolved*
with resolution type _Fixed_. Other resolution types like _Duplicate_, _Invalid_ or _Won't
Fix_ are used when resolving issues that for one reason or another require no changes in the
codebase. An issue can be *Reopened* if the committed fix is found to be not good enough.

When an issue is resolved as fixed, the committer should set the "Fix Version(s)" field to
the next trunk version to mark that the change will be included in that release. If the fix
is also backported to one or more of the maintenance branches (for backporting, use "svn merge
-c _revision_ ^/jackrabbit/trunk" in the root of the branch) the version numbers of the relevant
next maintenance releases should also be included in the "Fix Version(s)" field.

Finally, once a release containing the change has been made, the release manager will mark
the issue *Closed*, after which the issue can no longer be reopened (since the release can
obviously no longer be changed). Potential regressions or other related problems should be
tracked in separate followup issues.

h2. Issue contents

See below for guidelines on how to use the various fields in an issue.

h3. Issue type

When creating a new issue, select the issue type based as follows:

|| Issue type     || Description ||
|  *Bug*          |  Bug reports are used for cases where Jackrabbit fails not function as
it should (as defined by the JCR specification or some other documentation). If you are not
certain whether the issue you've found is actually a bug, please ask the Jackrabbit [mailing
lists] first for help. |
|  *New Feature*  |  Use a feature request when Jackrabbit does not have some functionality
you need. |
|  *Improvement*  |  Use an improvement request to suggest improvements to existing features.
Typical improvement requests are about updating documentation, increasing stability and performance,
simplifying the implementation, or other such changes that make Jackrabbit better without
introducing new features or fixing existing bugs. |
|  *Test*         |  Use this type when contributing test cases for existing features. Normally
test cases should be contributed as a part of the original feature request or as regression
tests associated with bug reports, but sometimes you just want to extend test coverage by
introducing new test cases. This issue type is for such cases. |
|  *Task*         |  Used only for issues related to project infrastructure. |

h3. Issue summary, environment and description

The issue summary should be a short and clear statement that indicates the scope of the issue.
You are probably being too verbose if you exceed the length of the text field. Use the Environment
and Description fields to provide more detailed information.

h3. Issue priority

Issue priority should be set according to the following:

|| Issue priority || Description |
|  *Blocker*      |  Legal or other fundamental issue that makes it impossible to release
Jackrabbit code |
|  *Critical*     |  Major loss of functionality that affects many Jackrabbit users |
|  *Major*        |  Important issue that should be resolved soon |
|  *Minor*        |  Nice to have issues |
|  *Trivial*      |  Trivial changes that can be applied whenever someone has extra time |


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