JIRA / Issue tracker

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JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by don » Fri Nov 13, 2015 11:46 pm

Good day.

Should we consider using JIRA/Trac/Redmine for submitting issues? Mentioning these three as I have used them before - others might be equally good.

I believe with the tool growing popular it might come handy. It is already a bit difficult to keep track of all ideas and updates.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by darek » Mon Nov 16, 2015 9:45 am

Actually, I was going to suggest this too. Issue tracker could be useful, but having used all those three tools, I wouldn't go overboard with any of them. Assuming that Files is targeted at pros, I'd suggest issue tracker that the most programmers and tech people are exposed to: GitHub tracker. Now, I haven't used it myself yet ;) but it looks simple, it's certainly popular and setting it up will be easy. And later that GitHub account could be useful for other things too... Worth considering.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by don » Tue Nov 17, 2015 10:15 am

Hear you.

Though GitHub power comes into play when combined with maintaining the source code there.
Anyway - I am impartial to what it is as far there is something like that :)

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by don » Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:43 am

Also, would be helpful to get a wiki somewhere too.

We the development pace like this new features introduced quite quickly.
Would be nice to be able to document them somewhere visible to a wider audience.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by mike » Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:16 am

Guys,

Good point.
I'll open an issue tracker on GitHub, since I use it already anyway.
Having a Wiki is good idea too, I'll start writing it some day.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by don » Sat Nov 28, 2015 7:40 am

For the wiki - it might make sense to let other people contribute too.
Myself I would definitely pick the answers for my questions and put them on the wiki somewhere - just for the future reference myself.

Collaborative environment, see.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by mike » Wed Jun 15, 2016 7:53 am

Friends,

I've moved most of tasks in my private issue tracker to a public one:
https://github.com/mikekazakov/nc/issues
This URL surely looks badly, but I don't know if GitHub allows any domain substitution for it's main functionality (GitHub Pages allows only static content).

It's quite a fresh tracker, a lot of ideas and issues mentioned here are not listed in GitHub issue tracker yet.
Any comments on integration of a public tracker into the development process are very welcome.

Also, I've placed a fresh Wiki on a website: http://magnumbytes.com/wiki/ and will build some structure with major articles there.

Mike.

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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by swoop » Sat Mar 04, 2017 7:46 pm

Is there a way saying what the priority / order for upcoming implementation is?
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Re: JIRA / Issue tracker

Post by mike » Sun Mar 05, 2017 5:14 am

At the moment there's no clear methodology in assigning features for development in some version.
Crashes first and others are flexible.

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