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Access to FHAC

leetcat
Hi Team,

I am a research with University of British Columbia. I have been using the Connect repository to do research for the past couple years. I noticed in the git repository most commits have changed from CONNECT to FHAC. The FHAC Jira tickets are in a different domain http://cgiinterop.atlassian.net/ than CONNECT tickets. What do I need to do to get access to that Jira repository?
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Sovann Huynh
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Hi there, you can use https://connectopensource.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=1&view=planning to open issues. Can I ask what kind of research you do and how it relates to the CONNECT solution?

Thanks!
Sovann
CONNECT Product Team Member
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leetcat
The research it self does not relate to the CONNECT solution it just relates to the development process. I like the CONNECT repository as the developers have and follow a development process.

My research is focused on how developers use issue repositories, such as Jira, and how it links to source code repositories, such as Git. In specific I am trying to automatically improve the completeness and consistency of links between commits and issues. The links are complete when all commits link to an issue in the issue repository. The links are consistent when commits link to the most relevant issues, such as linking to a sub-task rather than a task.

Cheers,
-C. Albert Thompson


On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 8:11 AM, Sovann Huynh [via CONNECT Forums] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi there, you can use https://connectopensource.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=1&view=planning to open issues. Can I ask what kind of research you do and how it relates to the CONNECT solution?

Thanks!
Sovann
CONNECT Product Team Member



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Sovann Huynh
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Albert, thank you for your interest and feedback. You can certainly follow our development and issue resolution efforts using the link I provided previously. You can also learn more about CONNECT and our latest releases on our wiki - https://connectopensource.atlassian.net/wiki/. If you have questions about the CONNECT software, please continue to communicate with us on this forum and we'll do our best to respond.

Thanks again!
Sovann
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Re: Access to FHAC

leetcat
Thank you for the resources. I am still very interested in getting access to FHAC JIRA if it is possible.

In the github repository https://github.com/CONNECT-Solution/CONNECT/ I found many commits with references to issues in the FHAC Jira repository. In Nov 2014 the git repository starts to reference issues from both FHAC and CONNECT Jira repositories. I have and use the data in the CONNECT Jira http://connectopensource.atlassian.net/browse/, but I cannot use anything after NOV 2014 because mixing the commits without having access to all issues makes results inaccurate. That is why I asked for access to FHAC.


Cheers,
-C. Albert Thompson

On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 5:59 AM, Sovann Huynh [via CONNECT Forums] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Albert, thank you for your interest and feedback. You can certainly follow our development and issue resolution efforts using the link I provided previously. You can also learn more about CONNECT and our latest releases on our wiki - https://connectopensource.atlassian.net/wiki/. If you have questions about the CONNECT software, please continue to communicate with us on this forum and we'll do our best to respond.

Thanks again!
Sovann
CONNECT Product Team Member



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