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I am charged with two initiatives that will probably require me to change our JIRA config to accommodate.
I would be interested in hearing how others who have experienced the above, or theoretical, would design their JIRA instance. For #1, I was leaning towards creating a project named Roadmap, put all the Roadmap items in it and use that as a central backlog, moving the tickets to the appropriate team when development begins. Thoughts??
For #2, this feels more daunting and could be susceptible to over-configuring. I do need to get more clarity from the CTO on what the actual team structure will be. We are online retail. What I am worried is that if you break our feature set into functionally atomic pieces, we could have 20-25 areas and thus 20-25 different projects (Home page, promotional logic and functionality, Product List pages, Product Detail pages, Profile, Checkout, Product array and synchronization, and on and on). We are not a large company and potentially having 1-2 projects for each of our Eng headcount seems ludicrous. :)
My gut is to go ahead with my proposal for #1, and not change for #2 until we find our config to be broken, but have a couple of models ready to go in case we need to make changes rapidly.