Hey Oliveira :)

It has proven useful to me today already to get a better idea about the bugs we need to squash.

Where it also might be useful is that if not many contributorswonder through the whole issues before they tackle something, but when I do that in tox the feeling emerges that there are certain "themes" or "clusters" of enhancement proposals that would profit from grouping and being consedered as a unit. We might around 100 enhancement ideas but they all belong to a much more limited set of themes. This might help deciding the direction the project should take and lead to better informed PRs as the contributors  who do not have that birds eye view have those patterns visualized for them in projects. Very fuzzy thoughts yet. Let's se how it develops.


On Fri, 10 Mar 2017 at 16:06 Florian Bruhin <me@the-compiler.org> wrote:
* Oliver Bestwalter <oliver@bestwalter.de> [2017-03-10 13:07:46 +0000]:
> I just realized that pushing cards around and reorganizing on the boards
> creates notifications every single time (
> https://github.com/tox-dev/tox/issues/454)

Do you think GitHub sends out mails for everything it shows in that
log? Because that's not true - only comments trigger mails.


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