[hibernate-dev] ORM 3 JIRA tickets
brmeyer at redhat.com
Mon Mar 31 15:09:19 EDT 2014
Recently, we've been trying to clean up ORM's JIRA tickets. There are a lot of duplication, stale issues, etc. One thought was pushing all ORM 3 tickets to the "Awaiting Test Case" state and requesting a reproducer on ORM 4 or 5. They would then fall under our policy of automatically rejecting those tickets that did not receive a test case within 3 months or so. This obviously would not include new features/improvements, anything assigned to someone, etc.
Here's an example filter that would be used:
project = HHH AND issuetype = Bug AND status in (Open, "In Progress", Reopened, "Awaiting Test Case") AND affectedVersion in ([all ORM 3 version]) AND affectedVersion not in ([all ORM 4/5 versions]) AND assignee in (EMPTY) AND reporter not in ([core contributors]) AND updated < -90d
That results in 716 tickets, providing a considerable dent.
I thought it would be important to solicit other opinions. Any suggestions or alternate ideas? Anything missing from the query that might make it too aggressive?
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