We are looking at moving away from our current setup, which is (using git):
There's no real review process of what was done. So we want to have a bit more control over the management of the code, and also a system for easy code reviews and better issue tracking, integrated together.
I've been having a look at "git essentials" trial, which seems to include a bitbucket account and a JIRA account.
My first question would be:
Secondly, we are an academic institution, who develops open source software, and I noticed in the pricing information that there is a discount for academic and it mentions a free license for open source projects, so my second question is:
And following on from that;
And lastly, would I be right in assuming Stash and JIRA would be the most likely solutions to what we want? (Which, to reiterate was a centalised management of code, ability to do code reviews, ability to link issues to patches/branches/etc...) Or would you recommend a different product? (If you need more info about what we would like to do, let me know).
I will probably have more questions as I review the trials, but any help with those bits for now would be appreciated.
And lastly, yes, Stash + JIRA works really well together for that. If you're determined to use one of them, then your best option is to get the other as they do integrate very tightly.
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