Re: Github Issues
Ron, keep in mind that PRs on Github are different from Issues. They are
two different features.
There will be a much cleaner, tighter integration between issues and the
solution when everything is on Github.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2018, 9:33 AM Ron Wheeler <rwheeler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I may have voiced my concerns earlier but as a user, I think that JIRA
> issues are easier to follow than PRs.
> - As Paul said an issue may affect more than one version.
> - It may also require more than one PR to fully resolve the issue.
> - Issues tend to be described in terms of a problem that the user would
> recognize while PRs are most often described as what was done to fix the
> problem. The JIRA could be much easier to relate to what the user is
> seeing and more likely to show up in Google.
> On 17/07/2018 4:53 AM, Paul Angus wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > We have been trialling replacing Jira with Github Issues. I think that
> we should have a conversation about it before it become the new standard by
> > From my perspective, I don't like it. Searching has become far more
> difficult, categorising has also. When there is a bug fix it can only be
> targeted for a single version, which makes them easy to lose track of, and
> when looking at milestones issues and PRs get jumbled up and people are
> commenting on issues when it should by the PR and vice-versa (yes I've done
> it too).
> > In summary, from an administrative point of view it causes a lot more
> problems than it solves.
> > I yield the floor to hear other people's opinions...
> > Kind regards,
> > Paul Angus
> > paul.angus@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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