We know you have ideas on how to make your Jira workflows better, and we hope Jira Misc Workflow Extensions (JMWE) and Jira Misc Custom Fields (JMCF) help you do that. Take a few minutes [updated 6/17/2019 - raffle closed] share how you use JMWE or JMCF and we'll share it with the world (we will respect anonymity if you prefer). Not sure how it would look? Just take a look at these real-life use cases already shared by other Jira superstars.
For each use case you submit, when published, you'll be entered for a chance to win a Nintendo Switch gaming console, valued at $300 US.
To qualify for the raffle, use cases must be submitted by June 16th, 2019. One use case = one chance to win. There is no limit on the number of entries, but they must be usable, executable, real-life use cases that you have implemented in your instance.
There are only two easy parts to fill out: first, the use cases submission form [updated 6/17/2019 - raffle closed], followed by your contact information. That's it.
But wait, there is more...
Make sure to submit YOUR MOST INNOVATIVE USE CASES to get a chance to win another Nintendo Switch (yes, we'll give away two!). After the raffle ends, we'll add them to our Hall of Fame: we will select the most interesting use cases, give authors an opportunity to write up step-by-step implementation instructions and publish it. Your peers in the community will select the winner. Details will follow, but make sure to submit your use cases by June 16th, 2019.
By submitting your use case, you acknowledge that we have the right to publish, at our discretion, any and all information submitted on the use case submission form (but not the contact information). We may also share this submitted information in our materials and on social media sites. If you allow us to publish your name, full credit will be given to you. A random winner will be contacted via email within two weeks following the end of the raffle. Separate peer-ranking of selected "Hall of Fame" use cases and the top use case award rules will be announced at a later date.
The contest/raffle is subject to all local regulations.