I'm looking for how to use JIRA in order to track a large scale project which involves multiple modules/parties/projects. Any suggestions are more than welcome.
Here is my use case :
I have created a JIRA project for the overall project in order to keep track of the product backlog and for every user story (in this backlog) in it, I'm planing to ask the dev team to create a separate user story in each module (if they judge that the corresponding module has to be involved).
Also, every developer will be responsible of developing/testing the user story in each module.
I'm still thinking about how to manage version dependencies and haven't figured out how to implement it. Because when I will release v0.1.0 of the project, I have to know what are the involved version in each module.
Can you please advice, if it is the right/best thing/implementation to do? and how can I manage version dependencies between the application and modules?
thank you in advance.
I can suggest using the JIRA Components for each module that you have, but it currently does not support versioning (see https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRA-3501) . I think this is the most direct feature that can help you out on what you need. Try to join in the discussion and see what Atlassian thinks about it.
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