JIRA time

Colin Clark colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Mon Jun 25 04:54:46 UTC 2007

Hi Antranig,

We do indeed have an instance of JIRA running for Fluid. I'm happy to 
use it for Lightbox issue tracking, but we should be careful to use 
Sakai's own JIRA where appropriate.

My sense is that it won't be long before the underlying code in the 
Lightbox is more broadly used; for example, Jen Bourey and I talked 
tonight about trying it out with the drag-and-drop preferences in 
uPortal 2.6 soon. Given this, it's probably appropriate to use the Fluid 


What do others think? Should we use the Fluid or Sakai issue tracker for 
the Lightbox?


antranig at caret.cam.ac.uk wrote:
> I think it's high time Fluid gained some kind of JIRA so we can keep proper
> track of our outstanding architectural issues. We *might* have one already that
> skipped my attention but it doesn't look like it!
> Closest thing is this, which looks like it's just a standard confluence
> demonstration/advertising page
> http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/ds/Jira+integration
> I guess we could save on the annoyance of setting one up by just grabbing
> a bit of the namespace from the main Sakai one? I suspect you'd also be
> welcome to do the same at CARET, although it looks like currently our
> self-serve for accounts is a bit limited.
> Cheers,
> A.
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Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto

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