[syslinux] Where do we collect issues/ideas/improvements

Dag Wieers dag at wieers.com
Fri Dec 9 15:45:18 PST 2011

On Fri, 9 Dec 2011, H. Peter Anvin wrote:

> On 12/09/2011 05:42 AM, Dag Wieers wrote:
>> I've moved all my projects to Github and I like the color-coding and
>> tagging of issues, which makes it very easy to structure the feedback
>> any way you prefer, and keep separate discussions alive regarding an
>> issue. And that's very important if you want outside contributors to
>> help fix those (maybe even years after they have been identified):
>>     https://github.com/dagwieers/asciidoc-odf/issues
>> However some people dislike Github just because it's not backed by free
>> software principles. For me pragmatism rules: no maintenance, Github
>> websites are backed by Git too, unfortunately the issue-tracker and Wiki
>> are using in-house backends.
> That used to be the motivation for Sourceforge, too, but quite frankly
> my experience with Sourceforge makes me very reluctant to go the
> outsourcing route.

I understand completely. It's more of a problem for a larger project than 
it is for a few small ones. I haven't looked at what Github provides to 
export the data.

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