We have a group of administrators for JIRA, and we are trying to find out who keeps adding the "Sprint" field to certain screens.This causes an issue because the users are able to enter a sprint value from another project and it prevents that project from being able to start/stop sprints.
To date, we have not been successful in identifying the individual making the change. Is there a way, that I might be overlooking to identify them in the system somehow on a screen change?
I suggest treating JIRA like a production system and require a change control to modify anything the administrator needs to do. This will do a couple things; 1. It will allow you to track how much work (time) the admin is doing to support the tool, and 2. Make it easy to find out who asked for the change and who made it. I'm a strong advocate of a couple days off without pay for anyone skipping the process after the first offense.
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