[Numpy-discussion] Removing priority labels from github

Sebastian Berg sebastian at sipsolutions.net
Fri Oct 19 05:21:34 EDT 2018

On Fri, 2018-10-19 at 11:02 +0300, Matti Picus wrote:
> We currently have highest, high, normal, low, and lowest priority
> labels 
> for github issues/PRs. At the recent status meeting, we proposed 
> consolidating these to a single "high" priority label. Anything
> "low" 
> priority should be merged or closed since it will be quickly
> forgotten, 
> and no "normal" tag is needed.
> With that, we (the BIDS team) would like to encourage reviewers to
> use 
> the "high" priority tag to indicate things we should be working on.
> Any objections or thoughts?

Sounds like a plan, especially having practically meaningless tags
right now is no help. Most of them are historical and personally I have
only been using the milestones to tag things as high priority (very

- Sebastian

> Matti (in the names of Tyler and Stefan)
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