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Re: Discussion on JIRA
On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 12:50 PM, Josh Elser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I think it heavily depends on the quality and focus of the discussion.
>
> Like you said, if the conversation is focused, it's nice to have the
> complete conversation present on that ticket.
>

Well, the article said "...if the information looks like it will be quickly
convergent, then put it directly in the bug tracker; if it looks like it
will be divergent, then a mailing...".
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> However, very often, we all get sidetracked and start talking about 8
> other things instead of what the ticket is actually about.
>
> Perhaps a good middle ground would be to move discussion to the mailing
> list when it gets off topic, and when the discussion comes to some
> consensus post back to the ticket with the link from mail-archives and a
> general synopsis with what was agreed upon?
I am not really sure at this point.  Seems like a good bit of advice we can
take into consideration as we go forward..
>
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> On 10/29/13, 12:32 PM, Keith Turner wrote:
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>> I saw someone posted the following link on HBASE ticket and I thought it
>> was interesting.  I have participated and instigated long discussions on
>> tickets that do not quickly converge.  It may be better if we moved these
>> to the mailing list as the link suggest.
>>
>> http://producingoss.com/en/**bug-tracker-usage.html<http://producingoss.com/en/bug-tracker-usage.html>
>>
>> It would be nice to go to a ticket related a new 1.6.0 feature a year from
>> now, read it, and get a clear understanding of what transpired (rather
>> than
>> be totally confused :).
>>
>> Keith
>>
>>
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