Re: [DISCUSS] issue tracker
On Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 2:17 AM, Antoine Pitrou <antoine@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le 22/06/2018 à 05:36, Wes McKinney a écrit :
> > To summarize the thread: a lot of people don't like change, but
> > sometimes change is good. Some people have complained privately to me
> > that Arrow doesn't work like any other random project on GitHub.
> > Anyone who doesn't contribute to the project on account of that is,
> > IMHO, not a serious contributor.
> I agree that "random project on GitHub" is not a useful benchmark.
> > I personally find JIRA to be an excellent tool, but it's a steeper
> > learning curve than GitHub and so it does take a bit of effort to
> > learn its features.
> I find JIRA often painful to use (the UI is clumsy and slow for me), but
> Github issues would be worse IMHO, because it has so few workflow and
> categorization features. My experience with Github issues is that, once
> you have more than a couple dozen issues open, you stop caring about
> most of them. So, between JIRA and Github issues, I would still vote
> for JIRA.