Tracking in Jira? Yes Please!
I am sending out a cool link from the Atlassian blog by Sarah Goff-Dupont. I am an unashamed Aussie red wine enthusiast and I am a big fan of tracking in Jira. Using wine as an example, it goes to prove you can track anything you need to manage in Jira.
Seriously though, I am a real believer in managing what matters (MWM) – and managing wine is a classic example of this. We advocate creating issue types to reflect whatever you need to manage – i.e. objectives, products and incidents, really anything – is the best way to use Jira.
The important point is to create standard issue definition and use them everywhere. This is a key value add of our methodology, Synthesis.
Hey but let’s get honest here. We would really like Atlassian to change the term “issue” to item. A bottle of good Australian wine is certainly no issue!
The link to the full post can be found here: http://blogs.atlassian.com/2014/05/life-runs-jira-sommelier-edition/.
Also to continue along my wine fuelled rant. I recommend Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run Shiraz. In Canada you can pickup a bottle for under $20 a bottle. In conclusion, a bargain!
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