It didn’t take long for me to notice small stupid things that needed fixing. Now I have deployed 1.4 of the jira plugin and version N of git-indexer to production internally.
Yesterday I merged the new comment part, which uses the v3 api github provides to fetch comments. For now it is pretty stupid, supports a max of 100 comments pr repo etc, but it is better than the feed, which was bound to miss stuff. This also gave me the propper HTML of the comments, and it gave me the opertunity to format things a bit better on the JIRA-side.
I added gravatars, and format changes. Also I finally bothered googeling the jackson error I kept getting whenever I changed the JSON feed, so now it does not die if I decide to add more fields to the JSON. This results in me being able to more easily update the two pieces independently, which is always great. I love decoupling!