JIRA 7 upgrade thing

I've just discovered the JIRA product evolution and I might confess that it left me really puzzled. At first glanced It seams that Atlassian intention is to make me pay about 68% more than today for nothing I will use (not interested by the Agile mumbo-jumbo thing), which of course, is not going to happen. Ever.

I tried to figure out one simple thing among all marketing stuff wrapping this ugly news: what it the full functional loss between my JIRA 6 and JIRA 7-core?

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None.  JIRA Core 7 has all the functions plain JIRA 6 has.  Some of them have changed a bit, but nothing significant has gone

(By "plain JIRA" I really do mean plain JIRA - no Agile, no Service desk, no other add-ons)

Thanks for your answer.

So I will still able to see my SVN sources connected to my JIRA issue as today?

Depends on how they are "connected" - via the subversion add-on?

Yes indeed, same for ficheye (GIT), GITHub integration,?

Well, the "developer" panel will be removed, but the Subversion and Fisheye add-ons add their own, so they should be fine. I've not used Github integration though, so I don't know there.

Works, for me, thanks.

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