Re: [GitLab] Projects moved, general comments, tips of the week, question of the week

Hey Milan,

This is what we do already... no? We discuss it in public and evaluate what's important, then I try to take all this stuff into account, look at the big picture, and come up with some specific list to GitLab upstream.

There is no subset of people in GNOME's GitLab issue tracker, you all can comment there, that's why it's public :)


On 28 February 2018 at 13:03, Milan Crha <mcrha redhat com> wrote:
On Fri, 2018-02-23 at 21:40 +0100, Carlos Soriano wrote:
> If you have some issue or feature request that might impact GNOME as
> a whole and you think it's important for GNOME create an issue in our
> infra project and we can discuss if we should add it as priority for

I'm wondering, would it be better to have the potential issues
discussed more in public, like here, thus the GNOME
community/developers can decide which issues are important to them and
which not, instead of keeping the last word on a small subset of people
in some group in the GNOME's GitLab issue tracker? I do not expect
anyone periodically check whether any interesting topic wasn't added
there and eventually rise his/her voice there. And as always, different
people have different opinions, different priorities, different point
of view, different...
        Thanks and bye,
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