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RSS in JIRA

Raw Blog: There next for RSS.

Danny Ayers:

The same systems that are currently being used/developed for news and blogs can potentially be used for a wide range of other things, from 'semantic blogging' to domain-specific apps with news-like aspects. A good example is issue tracking - systems like Bugzilla and Scarab are topologically almost identical to blogging systems like Movable Type.

Yep. JIRA already pushes out RSS feeds.


March 12, 2003 10:59 PM

Comments

Danny
(March 12, 2003 11:22 PM #)

Another cool point for JIRA.

The state of my finances mean I'm using Scarab at the moment (it's Java so more hackable for me). It seems very good so far though there are some sizeable holes - notably XML import/export doesn't seem to work.

Chris Winters
(March 13, 2003 02:32 PM #)

I just hacked something together to output our CVS commits as RSS. Once we hook in our bug/feature tracking system and the wiki we'll have quite a bit of information available for anyone in the company. I don't do this in the hopes that person A will have the information she needs, but rather that the available information will spark new ideas that we haven't even thought about.

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