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Sometimes, we run across a really minor issue while working on a separate
issue. Rather than creating a JIRA issue for each of these minor items, what
do you think about creating a catchall issue for each component/version
combination (i.e., issue for frontend v2.1, issue for backend v2.1, issue for
frontend v2.2, etc). Then, when something minor comes up, the subversion
commit is tagged with the catchall issue number for that version.
This way, the bugs are still tracked, but we don't have to create a separate
issue for things like a regular expression that should have used a + instead
of the * that was already being used.
I'd also suggest that the catchall issue not be created for a
component/version until it is needed.
Virtual Computing Lab (VCL)
North Carolina State University
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