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sariel
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Fucking Jira!

You fucking piece of fucking shit. You're about as useful as a nacho cheese enema.

Fuck Atlassian, fuck Jira, fuck fuck fuck fuck!

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  • 8
    Currently company put status board, code review, code hosting, bug report on different platforms. Why companies can't just use GitHub
  • 5
    Quality rant.
  • 2
    JIRA may feel satisfied, getting too much "FUCK"😅😂
  • 5
    @h3rp1d3v
    These shit still happens even if they do use GitHub 🥲

    SED LYF
  • 6
    @h3rp1d3v maybe two reasons

    1. GitHub never sounded as enterprise as Atlassian, though their quality is much better
    2. People hate MS
  • 2
    My biggest pet peeve with Atlassian for a long time has been the slow page loading and unpredictable UI behaviours

    Now, they have released a new product Incidents-As-A-Service
  • 5
    Unpredictable UI is an understatement.

    It does whatever the fuck it wants to do wherever the fuck it wants to.

    Jira is a steaming pile of shit.

    It's the perfect example of what happens when sales and marketing drives architecture and feature functionality. It's half-baked, always broken, and never has a full feature completed unless they can charge you $1000 a user for it.
  • 2
    I’ve tried everything from JIRA to Monday.com to Asana to all sorts of bs in between , including GitHub projects , and for better or for worse JIRA for all its page loading slowness and bloatedness , is robust enough that we end up using it . But yeah it kinda sucks donkey ball sweat.
  • 4
    @djeddiej I use wekan on my personal projects.

    It's nice. Clean. Not complicated. Even has some webhook integration stuff I haven't used but looks cool.

    Best part? It's free. Down side, I don't believe it has those nice card numbers Jira makes.
  • 2
    @sariel hmm wekan . Just looked at it - looks kind of like trello. Intriguing . Thanks for the referral !
  • 1
    If you think the UI is bad, it is nowhere near as bad as the API. Or the other slightly different API for self hosted instances which is not compatible with Jira cloud and there is no way to query which one you are talking to.
  • 2
    @momad not to mention they're dropping support for on-prem.
  • 1
    Okay facts though I love using Jira, Confluence, and BitBucket 🙃
  • 2
    @catgirldev as long as it works. That's 50% of the time in my experience.

    A tool that you can only rely on 50% of the time is still a shitty tool.

    Imagine if you had a quantum screwdriver that was the right head configuration 50% of the time you reached for it.
  • 0
    @h3rp1d3v would be too simple.
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