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Jira Requires regular

2024-02-16 17:55:03.661433+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Jira. Requires regular shift-reloads, randomly logs you out, *and* uses significant energy.

Image: Safari telling me "this web page was reloaded because it was using significant energy" on a Jira page...

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#Comment Re: Jira Requires regular made: 2024-02-18 17:32:39.363553+01 by: meuon

I don't use Atlassian products or Jira, but over the past week at Astricon, moving Asterisk code and collab away from them has been a significant effort by the Asterisk community. There were cheers from the audience.

and then I heard what Atlassian is attempting to charge for some things and.. uh.. insane. I'll get the part and details wrong, but at least one chunk was going to be over a million per year.

That takes a lot of energy. ;)

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