Re: Is docs-feedback@ still on?

Hi Andre

On 2020-12-15 11:59, Andre Klapper via docs-feedback <docs-feedback gnome org> wrote:
On Tue, 2020-12-15 at 09:36 +0000, David King wrote:
but Shaun and I chatted about this in a prior docs standup, and
wondered if using Gitlab issue templates for reporting problems
might work instead of a mailing list?

(Note that we run CE instead of EE, though usually docs are the same.)

In my understanding, setting a default issue template is not possible
in our installation (see )

so basically nobody will ever manually click that template dropdown
thing anyway (I've never done that myself).

Ah, I suppose as that is a paid-for feature, it's not likely to be enabled for us. That's a shame!

The process looks relatively straightforward, but would probably have
to be against a single component, maybe gnome-user-docs, or possibly
a new product solely for general documentation feedback, to have a
single link that can be injected, instead of the docs-feedback list.

Sounds a bit similar like the "Get rid of a security mailing list and
make people file tickets" past discussion in Release Team.

Though in this case... could the project/label parameter in the GitLab
URL be adjusted by taking the project name segment in the page URL?

I suppose so, yes. It would need a bit of intelligence in library-web (I guess) to inject the module name, but I suppose that, if we are not able to add default templates, at least filing an issue against the correct component would be a good start.


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