Re: GitLab update: Moving to the next step

On Fri, 2017-12-08 at 16:50 +0000, philip chimento gmail com wrote:
Coming from GitHub, Bugzilla was like regressing to the stone age. If
I were to insist that my opinion take precedence in the same way that
has happened multiple times on this thread, I'd demand that all
activity on Bugzilla cease immediately. I don't think that would be
very fair for me to do either.

yes, that makes sense and I'm also not thinking to be "better than
anybody else" (I do not know how to say it better), I'm only trying to
keep close to my current workflow, which makes me efficient in certain
way. It's understood it cannot be the same, those are different tools,
but I expect some basic stuff to work.

By the way, what were/are your main issues with Bugzilla? If it's about
pull requests, then, well, I've been told on IRC that issues and pull
requests are two different things and if you check what I'm
questioning, then you'll see it is all about tracking issues, not
proposed changes from contributors. Bugzilla is an issue tracker and
from my point of view quite powerful in many ways. Definitely much more
than issue tracker by GitLab. I really do not want markup, the less
images for smileys and emoticons, those add exactly 0 Sh to the issue
itself (just like "me too" comments in bugzilla). Bugzilla doesn't know
anything about cvs/svn/git and it (I believe) never had too, it's a
tool to maintain issues, not the code repository. That's GitLab and
some other for, if you really want a web interface for it.

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