Workflow-relation of github : erlang.org : mailing lists?
Tue Jan 26 16:27:11 CET 2021
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On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 8:30 PM Michael P. <empro2@REDACTED> wrote:
> How do the following fit into the "Erlang/OTP workflow"?
> What are they intended for?
> a) erlang-questions (mailing list)
Used for general questions and discussion about Erlang and OTP.
> b) github
Here is the source and here we take in contributions via pull requests.
Releases appear hear as well
> c) Atlassian Jira (bugs.erlang.org)
Bug reporting and feature requests which we plan to move to Github issues
in order to get a better integration with Github in general and with the
> d) erlang-patches (mailing list)
Not used since the start of bugs.erlang.org, we plan to remove it
completely. I don't think there is any traffic here.
> e) eeps (mailing list)
Intended for discussion about EEPs, originally a limited number of members
but now open to anyone to join. We plan to move the discussion to Github
issues and pull requests here https://github.com/erlang/eep in the
repository where the EEPs are stored.
> f) blog.erlang.org
This is the OTP teams blog , hosted at github
> There are discussions in eeps and erlang-patches, but mainly in
> there are in github and in Jira.
erlang-patches is not used for anything, should/could be removed
eeps is for discussion about EEPs but will probably be obsoleted in favour
or GH issues and PRs.
erlang-questions is for discussion about Erlang and OTP
There is also discussion about Erlang and OTP on slack, on Elixir forum etc.
> Jira seems to be the most bug-centric, but github is, with all the patch
> handling, too.
bugs.erlang.org is for reporting bugs (and suggesting features) (the plan
is to move this to GH issues soon)
> blog.erlang.org is another source of information.
The OTP teams blog
> Maybe some others, too, struggle to juggle all these.
> “Even after a thousand explanations a fool is no wiser,
> whereas someone intelligent requires only one fourth of these.”
> – from the Mahābhārata (महाभारत)
> /Kenneth, Erlang/OTP , Ericsson
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