[Qgis-us-user] Vote on Proposal to shift bug/issue tracking work to GitHub Issues for QGIS 3x+
kurt at birdseyeviewgis.com
Wed Jan 31 16:10:44 PST 2018
Dear QGIS-US members,
There is an upcoming vote on a proposal to shift bug/issue tracking work to
GitHub from the current Redmine site for QGIS 3x+.
The bug tracker issue tracker for QGIS has been under much discussion over
the last year (or more). This topic has again been under renewed discussion
these last weeks.
The QGIS user group gets a vote on this.
If you want some back history, it would be good if you read this thread
from the QGIS Developer mailing list:
The official vote is worded as:
I agree to migrate to GitHub issues and deprecate the current Redmine
If you agree to this proposal, vote yes.
If you vote "yes" here, we will disable the creation of new issues on the
Redmine system, redirecting users instead to the GitHub issue tracker. We
will keep existing issues on Redmine editable until they are closed.
If you wish to hold out for an alternative option (e.g stay on Redmine
which we currently use, or move to GitLab or some other platform), vote
"no". In the case of a "no" vote we will raise a new motion until we find
Give it some thought and reply to the thread or me with a YES or NO on
switching to Github by this Friday. I will vote the QGIS-US group consensus
Kurt Menke, GISP
Bird’s Eye View
3016 Santa Clara Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Blogger @Community Health Maps
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