a short time before the oSC we had our F2F Board Meeting.
openFATE has to be shutdown now. SUSE didn't create any annnouncement. Christian and I wanted to have a read-only period.
During this time we received some questions by openSUSE Contributors, why they wouldn't be allowed to create any feature requests any more.
So we had this topic in our Board Meeting.
We thought about solutions and need your opinion (especially Ludwig and Dominique) now.
Reasons for shutting down openFATE:
Developers didn't use openFATE and ignored Feature Requests.
1) Adding Feature Requests to Bugzilla (for existing projects there) and github (upstream projects)
-> perhaps special rules for projects like KDE and GNOME (better in Bugzilla)
2) Adding a Feature Requests wiki page like "Submitting bug reports"
OR Adding this topic to "Submitting bug reports"
3) Creating a redirect from features.opensuse.org to this page like with bugs.opensuse.org
How do you watch the future of Feature Requests in openSUSE?
What is your opinion or do you have any alternative ideas?
All Members of the Release Management Team have to live with such changes in the furure. So I want to know, what you would think about it.
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