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From Ceki Gülcü <c...@qos.ch>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL]: Migrate Bugzilla to JIRA for the LS Project
Date Wed, 14 Jan 2004 21:32:48 GMT
Hi Paul,

I wonder why the other projects chose to migrate to JIRA. What is wrong
with what we have currently, or what does JIRA bring to the table?

Migrating our existing Bugzilla database to JIRA is probably no small
task. Are you sure the move is worth your effort?

Some people might object to have part of our project infrastructure
run outside the ASF. It may not be an issue right now, but I bet
it will become an issue at a later time.

At 08:02 AM 1/15/2004 +1100, Paul Smith wrote:
>I would like to propose to the group that we (the Logging Service
>community) discuss migrating from Bugzilla to the JIRA issue management
>I notice that Noel Bergmen has been doing a bit (probably a lot!) of
>co-ordinating for some migration effort for some of the projects, which
>prompted me to take a peek.  From the look-see that I did at JIRA, I am
>greatly impressed with it, and I think that the LS overall project, now
>that we have other language teams coming on board, may ease the
>management and improve issue communication and assist in oversight.
>If you haven't had a chance to poke around with JIRA, I highly recommend
>that you have a look:
>It's free for open-source projects, and a number of Apache projects are
>either using it, or about to, the new Geronimo J2EE project to name one:
>Should this proposal go to a vote and succeed, I would be happy to
>volunteer to assist in the migration process (once this pesky work
>project winds down a little, hopefully only a couple more weeks).
>Regards to all.
>Paul Smith

Ceki Gülcü

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