On Fri, Apr 21, 2017 at 7:01 AM, Ryan Lerch <rlerch@redhat.com> wrote:
After reading the discussion on this recent post on the Fedora Magazine: https://fedoramagazine.org/fedora-workstation-get-features-want-now/  I began to wonder if it was worth discussing if there is a better way to gather and discuss bugs / RFEs for Workstation as a whole. Currently, the two ways for doing this is this mailing list, and bugzilla.

The mailing list is great for discussions, but once a discussion is opened, and completed, it is kind of difficult to track after the fact. Bugzilla is great for tracking issues / RFEs for specific packages, but unless a user knows exactly what package an improvement or bug applies to, it has the potential to kind of get lost as well.

Would it be worth consider using a pagure ticket queue to gather and discuss some of these items, and some of the initiatives that we want to work on for Workstation?

Forgot to mention too that there is this pagure ticket queue, but at the moment, it is quite low traffic, and we don't promote it in anyway for our users to file issues.