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8 March 2012

The Atlassian team is proud to present Atlassian Bonfire 2.0! In this release, we introduce shared test sessions, colors for your screenshot annotations and a whole new look!

Highlights of this release:

Upgrading Bonfire?

Atlassian Bonfire 2.0 includes updates to the JIRA server plugin, as well as major updates to client browsers. All browser extensions will need to be upgraded by visiting the "Get Bonfire" page from your JIRA instance after the server plugin is upgraded. For more information on upgrades, check out our Capture for JIRA Upgrade Guide.

 

Highlights of Bonfire



Shared test sessions

Bonfire 1.7 saw the introduction of shared issue templates. Bonfire 1.9 added shared variables to the templates. Now we've completed the team collaboration story in Bonfire 2.0 with shared test sessions.

Shared sessions allow any member of your team to join in your active test session, allowing for collaborative testing efforts such as bug blitzes (AKA bug bashes).

To mark a test session as shared, simply check the "Shared" option when creating it.

You can also share an existing test session by clicking the "Share session" button when viewing the session.

Once you start your shared session, others can join in, either by clicking the "Join session" button in JIRA or the Bonfire browser extension.

Session activity from all participants is logged to the session, including issues raised, session notes and time spent testing.

Screenshot annotation colors

The ability to change the color of Bonfire's screenshot annotations is one of the first feature requests we received. In Bonfire 2.0 we've added a simple color palette to our screenshot tools.

 

New look and feel – browser extensions

A 2.0 release of any product is usually a good time for a bit restyle and Bonfire 2.0 is no different. For this release we have completely revamped the look of the browser extensions to make things cleaner and neater.

The biggest change is to the active test session area. All the details of the active session (additional info, issues raised, session notes) are available by clicking on the active session header. This means you can access your session notes regardless of which sidebar tab you were on.

Attaching a screenshot to an existing issue is now easier to find and use.

Test sessions are split into two sections: Sessions that you currently have assigned to you, and shared sessions assigned to others that you are able to join.

As well as the session name, we've included a better indicator of who owns the session, as well as quick session statistics.

Templates and variables have had a refresh as well. Templates show the project avatar and owner name, while variables have been given more space and a better location.

We've also given more space for issue fields in the Issue and Template forms.

 

New look and feel – JIRA plugin

After giving the browser extensions a lick of paint, it was logical to give the JIRA plugin a bit of a refresh too. The layout and styling of the test session pages is now more consistent with JIRA's issue pages.

All session actions (edit, assign, share/unshare, join/leave, complete, delete) are now located in a prominent toolbar instead of hidden away in dropdown menus.

The test session's activity log more closely resembles JIRA 5's new activity steams.

Additional information for a session is can now be edited inline.

Extra information about a session – such as related issue, issues raised and time spent – is now on the right of the page and easier to read.

 

And more...

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T Key Summary P Status Resolution
Improvement BON-314 Additional information box should be inline edit on the view session page rather than a small box in a dialog Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-639 Changing permissions on project - still returns templates you can't (effectively) use Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-873 Non-ASCII user names displayed as question marks when viewing test sessions in IE9 Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-819 cannot display more than 50 templates Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-808 Toggling resolution on a note in the extension causes focus to drop from that note's edit controls. Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-786 Firefox can lose its user info and create issues as Anonymous Medium Closed Fixed
Improvement BON-784 Improve localStorage quota error for support Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-767 Bonfire assignable permission is not enforced on Session Create Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-912 Can create templates with invalid variables (nested vars) Medium Closed Fixed
Bug BON-907 User-hover popup cannot locate certain user information Medium Closed Duplicate
Bug BON-97 UI imperfection - View Help Screen Low Closed Fixed
New Feature BON-59 Have more than one person participate in a test session Low Closed Fixed
Improvement BON-7 The 'close' button on the help screen is hard to find Low Closed Fixed
Bug BON-648 Don't show "assigned" session activity item in a single user session Low Closed Fixed
Improvement BON-683 Display timestamps for notes within the browser extension, and potentially on notes page Low Closed Fixed
Bug BON-660 When note field is active, page up causes scroll to snap back to note field Low Closed Fixed
Bug BON-674 Screenshot tools remain when switching to Sessions and Templates tab Low Closed Not a bug
Improvement BON-450 Webkit browsers showing non-dismissable help dialog in Sessions/Templates tab is confusing Low Closed Fixed
Bug BON-848 The "Bonfire Support" does not take you to the correct admin section. Low Closed Fixed
Improvement BON-805 Notes in own inner scroll area, scrolled to bottom by default Low Closed Fixed
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We welcome your feedback


We love to hear from you. To give us feedback, you can fill in the feedback form on any test sessions tab in JIRA.

You can also visit our issue tracker at: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BON

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