[Gluster-devel] Release planning and Feature planning tool/website
atin.mukherjee83 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 15:34:38 UTC 2015
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On Sep 16, 2015 6:33 PM, "Raghavendra Talur" <rtalur at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> We all discussed about need to have a place where we can document release
planning and feature planning information.
> Suggestions were:
> 1. Summary/Status page on gluster.org
> A dedicated page on gluster.org.
> Custom css for looks etc
> Editing involves sending a PR on github for gluster.org repo.
> Somebody has to merge.
> Not sure of it can be made interactive and searches can be performed.
> Example: It might look something like
IMO nothing is better than hosting the information in our own domain. I am
not a big fan of maintaining things in too many places. So a +1 for option
> 2. Launchpad
> Use launchpad tool, we know other projects use it.
> Con is that it will become one more place a developer has to sign up on.
> It is interactive and searches can be made.
> Can be sorted by priority etc.
> Launchpad also have easy integration for language translations.
> Example: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/manila/kilo
> 3. taiga.io/OrangeScrum
> If we integrate it with fedora account system then we will need FAS to
> It is a full fledged project management tool and hence would satisfy all
> Not sure if many would consider this too much to learn.
> example: http://taiga.cloud.fedoraproject.org/
> 4. Bugzilla
> Use whiteboard and other fields of bugzilla to get a minimal release
> It already has due dates etc.
> Search for target_milestone=3.7.5 to get all features listed for 3.7.5
> We do need a tool for sure, so please go through the list and choose what
seems best to you.
> We can get started with one and test for a release and see if we like it
> Raghavendra Talur
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