|Re: [eclipse.org-project-leadership] Use of GitHub Issues by Eclipse Projects|
This sounds like a great opportunity and I am really looking forward to this!
I also do guess there are a few obstacles in the way and some might even remain. So looking at a "great unified Eclipse Community" this may cause fragmentation.
But from the view of a project I do think if provides a great benefit, if the community of this project already is working on GitHub. I was a real fan of Bugzilla, but I also do think it just got stuck in the past. So telling contributers, which already work together on GitHub, to head over to Eclipse Bugzilla most likely scares them away. Which is in the end a bad situation for the project and therefore for the whole Eclipse Community.
And let's face it, with software we will always have fragmentation, and we have to learn an live with that. And it is a good thing! Everybody was crying for an alternative when IE6 was "the only browser" ;-)
Just my humble opinion on this one. Thanks for the effort!
On 11/10/2015 04:24 AM, Mike Milinkovich wrote:
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