I didn’t see a category to put this into, other than the API one, but this doesn’t quite fit there…
github.community the new “issue tracker” for GitHub itself? I see things with “Feature Request:” in their summaries, so it seems kinda like maybe it is… personally I’d love to see GH “dogfooding”, and using its own issue system (even with an empty repo), but if this is it…
Could there be a roadmap, and/or some way for folks to track stuff? Maybe an actual issue tracking bit tacked on? I’ve found “discussion” forums aren’t generally the right tool for the job, but maybe if there were some bits added to surface info people looking for more than “it’s on the internal list” are looking for, it could work— but ideally just consolidating using the existing GH issue system, since it’s there already.
I got another email saying someone had commented on this issue today:
Which made me wonder what the current state of things was, with GH being under MS now…
this is a whiz-bang discussion site, but not quite what I was looking for.
Are there any plans for a roadmap/issue tracker? Or a place to get some input from GH devs, versus the intermediaries or fellow GH users? Oh, I just searched for “feature request”, and saw this:
Which I figure answers some of my questions… unless something has changed? :hopeful_smile:
I now suspect sending this is rather futile, but I’d already typed most of it, so— meh, maybe there is something on the horizon that some other user has overheard or something!
And hey, barring that, we can always have a nice discussion about dogfooding and the benefits of open source in general!