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From "Bruno Aranda" <>
Subject Re: More JIRA Changes
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2006 09:04:17 GMT
+1 Sounds ok to me. If not it is hard to find those issues with
patches, and you find the patch when it is not useful anymore because
it was provided some time ago...



On 2/22/06, Sean Schofield <> wrote:
> I made another improvement to our JIRA setup.  I added a "Patch
> Available" state.  There is now an operation called "Provide Patch"
> that users can click once they have attached a patch.  It will then
> place the issue in the "Patch Available" state.
> This way we can keep track of issues where patches have been provided.
>  I think this will be a good way to stay on top of the growing number
> of issues and give priority to the users who have taken the time to
> submit patches.  Up until now they have been lost in the swamp of
> issues and they have to resort to nagging to get us to look at them.
> I changed the Tobago project only so far as a test.  Since that
> project only had 22 issues if I screwed things up totally at least it
> wouldn't be a complete disaster.  Everything looks good so after a few
> +1 I will change the workflow of the other projects.
> After we get commons JIRA project setup (hopefully tomorrow also) I
> will send an email to the user and dev lists detailing the changes and
> asking them to mark their issues with provide patch so we can get
> started on them.
> Sean

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