RESCHEDULED -> Re: Reminder: JavaFX JIRA issues moving to JBS tomorrow, June 5
johan at lodgon.com
Wed Jun 10 14:19:02 UTC 2015
The existing issue tracker is still read-only now. Will this stay
read-only, or will there be a small window in which we can write?
2015-06-05 2:21 GMT+02:00 Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com>:
> Due to a bug discovered in the migration script during the dry run, we
> will need to reschedule the migration. Exact date TBD as we will need to
> re-run series of testing.
> Our tentative target will be next Friday, June 12. Once confirmed, we
> will send another heads-up notice.
> -- Kevin
> Kevin Rushforth wrote:
>> As a reminder, the migration of FX bugs to JBS will happen tomorrow. The
>> RT project in the JavaFX JIRA issue tracker will become read-only at 9:00
>> am Pacific time tomorrow morning. We expect the migration to be complete
>> some time in the afternoon tomorrow.
>> Also, our infrastructure team is planning to enable URL redirects from
>> javafx-jira at kenai.com to bugs.java.com tomorrow afternoon, so unless
>> they run into problems with this, existing URL links will work.
>> -- Kevin
>> Kevin Rushforth wrote:
>>> As previously announced  we are in the process of migrating JavaFX
>>> bugs to the JDK Bug System (JBS)  in the JDK project.
>>> The target date for this migration is Friday, June 5. The existing
>>> JavaFX bug tracker will become permanently read-only on that date, and will
>>> be decommissioned some time after the transition is complete. After
>>> javafx-jira.kenai.com is retired, we will explore the feasibility of
>>> setting up an automatic redirect to bugs.openjdk.java.net so that
>>> existing URLs will work. In any case, typing in an old RT-nnnnn number into
>>> JBS will open the bug even after it is mapped into the JDK project.
>>> -- Kevin
>>>  https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/
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