I blogged a few months ago about a major change in our plugin libraries. Starting in November, we began designating certain plugins as Atlassian Supported. As I said at the time: Atlassian Supported means that we’ve reviewed the plugins and made sure that they have met certain criteria. A supported plugin must:
I’m happy to announce that we’ve completed the certification of another set of plugins — this time for Jira. The seven new Atlassian Supported plugins are:
- Jira Charting Plugin
- Jira Calendar Plugin
- Jira Labels Plugin
- Jira Linker Plugin
- Jira Subversion Plugin
- Jira Fisheye Plugin
- Jira Commit Acceptance Plugin
As Atlassian Supported plugins, you can now now file tickets for them in our main support system: http://support.atlassian.com. Please file your ticket against the product you’re using. For a problem with a Jira plugin, use the Jira Support Project, and so on.
Of course, if you find an actual bug in a plugin, then you can go straight to the issue tracker listed on the plugin’s homepage and file a bug there. For most plugins, you can find their Jira projects on Atlassian’s Developer Jira.
I’m excited that we’ve been able to expand the list of Atlassian Supported plugins. And I hope that we can continue to do so over the coming months. I really hope that this proves useful. As always, I’d love to know your thoughts, so please comment below.