[aerogear-dev] [feedhenry-dev] AeroGear Github projects
Jose Miguel Gallas Olmedo
jgallaso at redhat.com
Wed Jan 3 04:08:09 EST 2018
I thought "projects" was meant to be a Kanban like Trello. Is it normally
used to organise repos as well? Because it might cause some confusion as
JOSE MIGUEL GALLAS OLMEDO
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On 2 January 2018 at 18:40, Paul Wright <pwright at redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> can you outline why you think it will help?
> If there are projects for all platforms and features, won't we end up
> wrangling projects as well as repos?
> Note: I'm saying this with true ignorance, I have no idea whether that's
> true or not ;)
> On 01/02/2018 05:16 PM, Daniel Passos wrote:
> I wanna create some Github projects to help us to organize repos on
> AeroGear organization. Wdyt?
> I was thinking about create 2 types of projects:
> 1. Platforms
> 2. Features
> Some examples in my mind:
> PS: A repo can be in more than one project.
> -- Passos
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