Draft proposal: JEP 2.0
jon.masamitsu at oracle.com
Thu Apr 17 03:10:13 UTC 2014
On 4/16/2014 5:19 PM, Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
> On 04/15/2014 02:09 PM, Jon Masamitsu wrote:
>>> The JEP owner is expected to update the Alert Status on a weekly
>>> basis once a JEP is Funded and active development work is under way.
>>> If the Alert Status is Yellow or Red then the owner must use the
>>> Alert Reason field to explain what is required to return the Status
>>> to Green. This way everyone working on the release or otherwise
>>> interested in the JEP can easily understand its current state.
>> This sounds a lot like the status I have to report to my managers.
>> Except that
>> I talk to my manager about how things are going. This I have to
>> compose and
>> publish. Sorry but it's something that I'll easily forget to do.
> I think the point is that this will supersede some of the ad-hoc
> infrastructure we currently use to track project progress, so this is
> not something that you'll forget to do: it is simply a formalized
> replacement of what you do today. It is just an "enum"
> (green/yellow/red) and a text field. I doubt that folk are expecting
> you to write an essay each week for the Alert Reason field.
So you're saying that management will accept the updates to the JEP as
the way of tracking progress on a project. That I like.
> The good news is that by having the alert status in a system like
> JIRA, we can do intelligent queries about work in progress to create
> useful summary reports, rather than working with miscellaneous ad-hoc
> infrastructure (i.e. wiki pages, uugh!)
> -- Jon
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