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From Olivier Lamy <>
Subject Re: [RFC] Migrating Maven JIRA from to
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2011 10:31:20 GMT
BTW we have to think to migrate some linked projects (Archiva MRM,
Continuum CONTINUUM).

And if we could have the same keys (MNG, SCM etc), Ben could maybe add
a rewrite or redirect rule to help users going to jira @asf.
The only trouble I see is watchers,reporters who doesn't exists @asf.

2011/6/1 Stephen Connolly <>:
> REQUEST FOR COMMENTS: Potential migration of Maven's JIRA from
> to
> Just wondering now that codehaus and apache are on nearly similar
> versions (4.1.2 and 4.2.4 respectively) what would be involved.
> Ben@codehaus can give us a 4.1.2 dump of the entire codehaus jira and
> we'd just have to cull out the non-maven projects (easier way than any
> others is what Ben thinks as most of the projects are Maven based
> projects)
> On the Infra side, would this be the easiest way to pull the issues in?
> What do people think in general?
> +1's:
>  * We'd be fully on Apache controlled hardware
> -1's:
>  * Since a lot of the issues end up being actually issues in a lower
> layer (most of which if not ASF hosted live/lived @ codehaus) or an
> upper layer (i.e. one of the mojo plugins) we'd loose the ability to
> move those issues to the correct project and instead we'd have to
> create a new tracking issue on the root cause project's jira
>  * What we have works, if it ain't broke don't fix it
> Once we have enough comments/feedback (I'm willing to give a week or
> two), I'll put the options to the Maven PMC who will ultimately EITHER
> make a decision OR delegate making a decision to all the Maven
> committers.
> -Stephen
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