Dear all, if you wonder what happened to the users stories we collected during the meeting on January 26, 2018, here is our proposed schedule. The good news is, most of the highly demanded features are schedule for the next release. The tentative date for the next release (BEXIS 2.12) is end of June 2018. Please let us know if that works for you, and whether there is anything that cannot wait until then.
(We were hoping to refer you to GitHub already, but the migration from TFS to GitHub is still ongoing. So Google Doc need to suffice once more. FYI: At the end of last year we decided to move completely to GitHub (code & issue/task management) to be more transparent and more open for contribution) for full details: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yrhDyXG8lxkKla6_DRxv-K4PcFW46EEeXRuomHctsWE/edit# in summary: Sprint 76 (March 2018) User Stories: 1, 18, 2, 4, 7, 13 Sprint 77 (April 2018) User Stories: 1, 6, 14, 15, 19, 21, + integration of GFBio Terminology Server Sprint 78 (May 2018) User Stories: 5, 12, 17 Sprint 79 (June 2018) Testing The are a some user stories not scheduled here which we would like to see as contribution from the following projects: AquaDiva: User stories: 8, 9, 10 Biodiv. Exploratories User stories: 3, 11, 16 Depending on their availability and scheduling, these feature may be included in Release 2.12. FYI: This schedule is based on: a) the priorities you specified, b) our envisaged solution, c) our estimation of the effort to implement the solution, d) availability of the development team. Please note that this schedule is rather ambitious, given the fact, that some solutions need further investigation and specification, plus we are working parallel on the improvement of our internal procedures (e.g. implementing unit testing). Now it's your turn: please let us know what you think, either by email or by commenting in the google doc. Many thanks, Roman Am 24.01.2018 um 16:28 schrieb firstname.lastname@example.org: > Dear all, > > just a quick reminder: > > If you plan to join the meeting on Friday from remote, please provide me > with your Skype name, so that we can add you to the conversation. > > The meeting will start at 10:30 am. > > Looking forward to meeting you, > Roman > > > > Am 09.01.2018 um 17:31 schrieb email@example.com: >> Dear all, >> >> thanks a lot for your response. According to the Foodle the meeting will >> take place on Friday, January 26, 2018 from 10:30 -15:30 in Jena >> (Ernst-Abbe-Platz 2-4, Room 1224a). We will set up remote access via >> Skype (yes, our teleconf equipment works best with Skype). Those of you >> who would like to attend remotely, please provide me with your Skype name. >> >> If you like to read up on how to write a user story, here is a good >> reference: >> https://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/agile/user-stories >> >> Thanks for your time an collaboration. >> Best wishes, >> Roman >> >> >> >> Am 03.01.2018 um 13:41 schrieb firstname.lastname@example.org: >>> Dear all, >>> >>> First of all, Happy New Year to everyone! >>> >>> We would like to set up a joint meeting (or WebConf) of all data >>> managers/coordinators maintaining and running a BEXIS 1 or 2 instance. >>> The purpose of this meeting is to collect user requirements from the >>> community again in order to plan the next release(s) of BEXIS 2 (both, >>> in terms of features and time). The goal is to produce a prioritised >>> list of feature requests (user stories) for the next release(s). >>> >>> Please indicate your interest and availability in the Foodle (please >>> leave a comment, if you prefer to join remotely): >>> https://abstimmung.dfn.de/foodle/BEXIS-2-requirements-collection-meeting-2018-5a4cc >>> >>> In order to have a productive meeting, please prepare a list of feature >>> requests (3-5 items) and describe each one as a user story beforehand. >>> During the meeting the focus will be on coordinating, harmonizing and >>> prioritising the different user stories brought to the table by the >>> participants. >>> >>> Looking forward to meeting you in Jena (or remotely), >>> Roman >>> >>> >>> FYI: >>> Before X-mas we conducted a meeting with most BEXIS 2 core developers to >>> identify issues/shortcomings in the current development process. We came >>> up with quite a list of things that could be improved. We grouped them >>> into 5 categories: workflow, documentation, best-practices, testing, >>> tooling and decided to implement them gradually. For example, we decided >>> to go more open and shift from our local MS Team Foundation Server to a >>> public GitHub repository for code and task management (incl. issue >>> tracking). To kick-off these improvements we will spend most of our time >>> in January on that. So feature development will resume in February 2018 >>> based on the results of our joint meeting mentioned above. >>> -- Roman Gerlach Head of Research Data Management Helpdesk Michael-Stifel Center, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Ernst-Abbe-Platz 2-4, 07743 Jena (Germany) Visiting address: Leutragraben 1, Jentower 17N04, Jena (Germany) +49-(0)3641-948968 http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5104-4247 http://www.researchdata.uni-jena.de/ http://bexis2.uni-jena.de/ _______________________________________________ bexis2-dev mailing list email@example.com https://lserv.uni-jena.de/mailman/listinfo/bexis2-dev