JIRA DVCS Connector
  1. JIRA DVCS Connector
  2. DCON-129

Link Bitbucket and Github users to Jira users

    Details

    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 0.15
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:

      OnDemand

    • Last commented by user?:
      true

      Description

      With linked Bitbucket or Github repositories the users in the commit messages are not able to be associated with Jira users. To Jira its like two separate users, even though they are using the same email address.

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          Ændrew Rininsland added a comment -

          As a new user to JIRA and Atlassian OnDemand, this is a super "OMFGWTFITS" issue. I'm becoming increasingly sceptical about our decision to move to JIRA instead of simply using BitBucket's built-in issue tracker.

          Atlassian — ignore this issue at your peril.

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          Ændrew Rininsland added a comment - As a new user to JIRA and Atlassian OnDemand, this is a super "OMFGWTFITS" issue. I'm becoming increasingly sceptical about our decision to move to JIRA instead of simply using BitBucket's built-in issue tracker. Atlassian — ignore this issue at your peril.
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          Jared Szechy added a comment -

          This has been my experience with Atlassian, a couple years a go our company decided to give the whole JIRA, Grasshopper, Confluence, and Bitbucket/Stash package a try as a replacement for our in house solution. It seemed that every time we turned around we would encounter a missing feature. We would report the issue here and the Atlassian team would just ignore it or say that they don't see it being a necessary feature, even though the bug report is filling up with complaints from other users wanting it as well. You'll see that I opened this issue a little over 2 years ago, and nothing has been done yet. So ultimately our company moved everything over to FogBugz/Kiln and canceled our services with Atlassian. It was Atlassian's unwillingness to address the needs of its users that made us move.

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          Jared Szechy added a comment - This has been my experience with Atlassian, a couple years a go our company decided to give the whole JIRA, Grasshopper, Confluence, and Bitbucket/Stash package a try as a replacement for our in house solution. It seemed that every time we turned around we would encounter a missing feature. We would report the issue here and the Atlassian team would just ignore it or say that they don't see it being a necessary feature, even though the bug report is filling up with complaints from other users wanting it as well. You'll see that I opened this issue a little over 2 years ago, and nothing has been done yet. So ultimately our company moved everything over to FogBugz/Kiln and canceled our services with Atlassian. It was Atlassian's unwillingness to address the needs of its users that made us move.
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          Ændrew Rininsland added a comment -

          @Jared — That's really disappointing. It's very worrisome that Atlassian now owns BitBucket, which I actually rather like.

          Well, if my group later decides to go back to Sprint.ly, which we were using previously and really only left for JIRA due to its (supposedly) better communication with BitBucket, I will definitely be writing a blog post about the experience — and pushing that to all of my industry channels. I may contact you for a quote or two.

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          Ændrew Rininsland added a comment - @Jared — That's really disappointing. It's very worrisome that Atlassian now owns BitBucket, which I actually rather like. Well, if my group later decides to go back to Sprint.ly, which we were using previously and really only left for JIRA due to its (supposedly) better communication with BitBucket, I will definitely be writing a blog post about the experience — and pushing that to all of my industry channels. I may contact you for a quote or two.
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          Peter Nash added a comment -

          This is such a basic feature!

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          Peter Nash added a comment - This is such a basic feature!
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          Ravid Te added a comment -

          Has there been any update on this at all?

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          Ravid Te added a comment - Has there been any update on this at all?

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