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Posted: December 20, 2008 00:51 by Jesse Silver
Hi All-

We are very pleased to announce that Jira is now available as an Issue/Bug Tracking option.

To learn more and to discover how to add Jira to your project, please visit:

Congrats to the entire Kenai team for making this happen.

The Project Kenai Team
Posted: December 20, 2008 18:15 by Peter Reiser
Great news ! Thanks !
One problem we have is that we still have open tickets in Bugzilla and it seems that
a.) we can have only 1 issue tracker
b.) we have to delete the existing data to add Jira Frown

Is there a way to preserver the "old" Bugzilla tickets until we migrated to Jira ?
Please advice
Posted: December 20, 2008 21:56 by Jesse Silver
Hi Peter- There isn't a way to do this in the software as it currently exists, but let's take this offline and see what we can work out.

Posted: December 20, 2008 23:33 by john_brock

Just talked it over with the engineering team and we will increase the number of Issue Trackers allowed to two. This will allow you to have both running at the same time.

Sure don't recommend using two Issue Trackers, but this will get you into a position that you can transition between the two.

Should have something for you later next week.


The Project Kenai Team
Posted: January 11, 2009 14:49 by Uros Nedic
Hello guys,

Maybe it is not quite good place to ask, and maybe I'm not polite
for doing so, but I wish to know how I can get AT LEAST ONE
credit to open open source project on Kenai.

Also, it will be very nice to know how much space it is dedicated
per project.

Thank you in advance,
Posted: January 11, 2009 18:27 by john_brock
Hi Uros,

Send an email to kenai-admin<at> and tell us a little about the project you want to start up. The folks on that email alias can help you out with the invite.

Thanks for asking!


The Project Kenai Team
Posted: December 22, 2008 22:03 by dfreeman
For the Two - issue tracker scenario, did you know that JIRA has a built-in Bugzilla Importer? If you want to learn more about consolidating all of the Issues on JIRA, click to:

Also, if you have other projects that use JIRA and want to migrate their issues into Project Kenai, this is fully doable. Kenai is running JIRA 3.13 that has the new project import feature ( ) that lets you migrate projects.

If you have any questions, reach me directly daniel at atlassian dot com.
Posted: December 23, 2008 21:50 by Jesse Silver
Thanks so much for posting this Daniel. We'll guide our community in this direction from here on out.

The Project Kenai Team
Posted: December 24, 2008 08:33 by otaku

at the moment, linking of issues seems to be disabled in JIRA. Will it be enabled in the future?

To your information. with linking you can easily show dependencies, duplicated issues or other connections between issues.

Kind Regards and Happy holidays from Germany
Posted: January 06, 2009 17:17 by john_brock
Hi Jens,

Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. Most of us were out of the office over the Holidays.

We've turned on the linking feature for Duplicate and Related. Are there any custom relations you would like to see besides these two things?

Thanks for pointing these kinds of things out to us. It all helps make things better for everyone else as well.


The Project Kenai Team
Posted: January 10, 2009 15:06 by otaku
Hi John,

I'm missing 2 further linking types: "blockes" and "depends on".

It would be nice to have this 2 linking types in JIRA.

Thanks in Advance

Posted: January 10, 2009 20:46 by john_brock
You should be good to go now Jens.

Thanks for keeping the feedback coming.


The Project Kenai Team
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