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From Craig McClanahan <craig...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Target tickets to milestones and use as roadmap
Date Thu, 01 Dec 2005 19:37:59 GMT
+1 on Don's proposals to improve tracking and roadmap.

+0 on JIRA ... Bugzilla makes cross-bug references with Commons projects we
depend on a little easier, but that is less important now (most of the
Commons packages we use are pretty stable) than it was earlier.

Craig


On 11/29/05, Don Brown <mrdon@twdata.org> wrote:
>
> I propose we use an automated, easy to understand roadmap that relies on
> Bugzilla tickets marked against Milestones.
>
> With all the action in the Struts project lately, it is hard to see what
> is going on where, and specifically, qualitatively how much work remains
> before a Milestone will be reached.  We need a system that makes it easy
> to see at a glance the roadmap of each Struts subproject, and guide new
> contributions.
>
> I see the solution involving the following:
>   1. All tickets, bugs and enhancements, should be marked against a
> Milestone if accepted
>   2. Any major feature or bug fix committed to svn should have a ticket
> and be assigned to a milestone.
>   3. A ticket should only be marked against a Milestone if a developer
> has committed to work on it
>   4. Once all the all the tickets against a Milestone have been
> resolved, the release is ready to be rolled.
>
> The public face of this solution will be automated roadmap pages, which
> will be generated from Bugzilla reports.  These pages will show, at a
> glance, the status of each subproject, its milestones, and current
> progress toward reaching them.
>
> I've developed a Java console app, driven by a cron, which screen
> scrapes Bugzilla reports to generate a roadmap [1].  As you can see from
> the demo, we don't currently use milestones much at all.  The roadmap is
> an idea taken from Trac [2] and I've personally have had great success
> with this approach of organizing Milestones.
>
> Comments?
>
> Don
>
> [1] http://www.twdata.org/dakine/roadmap/action.html
> [2] http://www.edgewall.com/trac/
>
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