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From Alexandre Rafalovitch <>
Subject Re: JIRA Status - Finding Patch Submissions
Date Thu, 27 Apr 2017 20:21:18 GMT
There is an "Attachment count" filter, you can say it to be 1+. Not
everything will be a patch, but it is a good first pass. It is under
"More" dropdown.

We also have some Github Integration fields in there, but they don't
seem to be actually doing anything for Solr project.

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On 27 April 2017 at 16:15, Mike Drob <> wrote:
> Devs,
> Does anybody have good JIRA filters or processes for finding issues with
> patches available and attached, or maybe with open pull requests for them? I
> was talking to a few folks and we remarked how patches can sometimes sit on
> issues for a long time, and this seems like a wasted opportunity when it
> happens.
> If the patch sits for too long, it can be discouraging to new contributors.
> But it is also undesirable for us to let code rot happen like this, since
> they may be fixes for bugs that we haven't run into ourselves yet.
> Other projects use a Jira "patch available" status, or rely mostly on GitHub
> PRs, or have other mechanisms for improving visibility of pending
> contributions. I don't know which method is best, and am curious what the
> rest of the community thinks. Maybe this is already a solved issue.
> Mike

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