Over the past week the JBoss Community Team have improved the integration of SBS and JIRA by importing over 7,000 links from the JIRA 'Forum Reference' field into the SBS 'Related Issues' widget in corresponding forum threads. The two fields are now kept in sync with each other when either is updated. We've also made the 'Forum Reference' field a multi-value field so it can store links to the JBoss, Seam or Hibernate forums as necessary.
"Source" tab for projects and issues to see related source code changes (from FishEye)
"Reviews" tab for projects and issues to see related code reviews (from Crucible)
New gadgets available for JIRA Dashboards to see information from FishEye, Crucible and Confluence (so you can see latest changes to your project documentation etc...)
It also brings to FishEye/Crucible:
JIRA issue changes shown directly in Activity streams (for Repository, Project, User), alone or mixed with commits/reviews
JIRA issue related information shown directly using issue key hovers (for commit messages etc...), so you're not forced to go into JIRA
All these interconnections are "Authentication aware". For example if you're logged into FishEye you can see all the JIRA content available for you, depending on your JIRA permissions.
Please note that many of these features are available/visible only if all systems are correctly configured. For example the "Reviews" tab in JIRA is shown only if a relevant project is created in Crucible and interconnected with the JIRA project. We did our best to interconnect all the existing projects correctly, but feel free to contact us if you notice something wrong.
JIRA issues and issue hover in FishEye repository Activity stream
Following today's (Thursday 2nd June) upgrades to JIRA and FishEye the JBoss Community Team are proud to announce the availability of Crucible and GreenHopper. We've also taken the opportunity to rename fisheye.jboss.org to source.jboss.org since both FishEye and Crucible are now served from that domain:
http://source.jboss.org - click on the Projects menu item to see projects configured for Crucible and the Reviews menu item for a list of code reviews
In both cases project teams should contact the JBoss Community Team to enable the features for their projects. Crucible code reviews are intended to be used for periodic reviews of the code in addition to GitHub's code review functionality which is generally used when accepting patches.