[erlang-questions] [ANN] Announcing Erlang Issue Tracker bugs.erlang.org
Wed Oct 21 17:13:12 CEST 2015
We are happy to announce the issue tracker for Erlang/OTP (
http://bugs.erlang.org). Our intention is that the issue tracker replaces
the erlang-bugs mailing list, in order to make it easier for the community
to report bugs, suggest improvements and new features. You can start using
the issue tracker today.
The issue tracker for Erlang/OTP is a step towards improving and
formalising the process of community contributions, a goal which is
actively worked on by the Industrial Erlang User Group. The IEUG is working
with Ericsson to improve libraries, tool chains, middle-ware and
contributions while spreading awareness and increasing user adoption.
*1. Where is the issue tracker?*
*2. Will I still be able to use the erlang-bugs mailing list?*
We recommend you to report new bugs at bugs.erlang.org instead. You are
still able to use erlang-bugs and see its archives, but we won't be looking
at it as often. We will gradually phase out the erlang-bugs mailing list.
*3. How do I create an issue or feature request?*
Create an account or Log in with an existing account. Select Create Issue
after you log in. You can also log in with your Erlangcentral.org account
if you have one.
*4. What types of issue can I report?*
Bug, Improvement, New Feature
Industrial Erlang User Group
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