On Mar 14, 2017, at 18:05, Brett Cannon email@example.com wrote:
There has been discussion of about coming up with some bot that would post a message on service A when there's been comments on service B, although I don't know how much that would help (nor which way the comments would go, e.g. comment on GH that there's stuff on bugs.python.org or the other way around?). Basically we all just need to be better about keeping only code review discussions on GH and all other discussions on bugs.python.org. The other way is to always have a welcome message stating this fact (whether that's on every PR or only in the CLA message I don't know), but I don't know if that would help either.
There is one pattern that is happening fairly often and that I think we should do something about. That is, non-committers submitting a PR without first opening an issue on BPO. It gets very old fast trying to enforce that. Perhaps one of the bots could flag PRs that do not have a BPO ref in their titles?
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