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Lap dances for sure!
Seriously though, Ticket Pages, unless I missed something should allow us to delete a ticket from it. I constantly see new ticket posted when I visit my addon page, even when they are closed or marked as invalid. Would like to see this fixed and an option to delete a ticket completely.
Just so long as the lap dances aren't from Torhol. Or Kaelten, or anybody male for that matter.
In fact, if you can grow a mustache, male or female, I'll pass on the lap dances.
100% a better subscription system. I want to be able to actually view what I'm subscribed to. And If I'm just dumb and you can do that already, please tell me where/how.
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if repository browser means the same like a favoritescontainer... i'd vote highly for this
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Lap dances FTW! xD
Having tickets expire after a certain period goes well with email notifications back to the ticket submitter.
I'd like to be able to mark an issue fixed through the commit message. But this would be a different "fixed" than what we currently have. We have "Fixed (closed)", this would be "Fixed (open)". You would still need to verify/close the ticket
e.g. commit fix with "Fix for issue #2", that sets status of issue #2 to "Fix Added" and adds the commit note as a comment on the issue.
Another thing - why not use a subtitution keyword for the TOC Interface #, that way if an addon only needs to update its interface #, you can provide a web interface - it would be nice to do away with the 2x commits for every addon's toc update
I was just looking at another site which seems really cool: http://stackoverflow.com/ What about something like that?
Better subscription system = HIGHLY NEEDED. One that signs up reporters to their own tickets (and nothing else or we drive them crazy). There's just so many tickets where you ask a followup question and the reporter forgets to check back.
Oh and could we have something more useful in the "Subject:" line please? :< (At least for instant e-mail notifications, where things don't get combined up?)
TBH sites like Curse and WoWInterface (especially WoWI, I love those guys) do just fine for hosting releases.
Let's not repeat the mistakes of history, unless you guys are going to pay for 4 terabytes of uploading every patch day again.
I voted for ticket interaction and per-project forums. It can be pretty difficult to communicate bugs with Ace mods to the authors these days, especially with so many dead projects (is it dead? does the author check the repository site you use? etc).
It would be great for this site to be a bigger community of developers again, where you can actually let them know about that "UIObject9000() calls a null value" error you've been repressing with Bugsack for 10 months.