I think that it might be useful to migrate some of the issues over to the 
'projects' (i.e., kanban) board. Would people be interested in making this 
change to our workflow?

I am not an expert in workflows but I think we could benefit from a finer 
distinction between 'ongoing projects' and 'open issues'.

On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 4:59:10 PM UTC-4, Denis Davydov wrote:
> In September Github has rolled out a few new features, one of the is 
> Projects tab: 
> https://github.com/blog/2256-a-whole-new-github-universe-announcing-new-tools-forums-and-features
> From the interface it appears to be more handy than simply tagging 
> issues/PRs.
> One can prioretize issues/PRs and shift things around. Essentially it's a 
> way to organize Issues and PRs for a better visualization and 
> prioritisation.
> Here is a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6MGKHkNtxU
> I think this could be used for: (i) upcoming release (ii) starter projects 
> (iii) big milestones like full complex-valued support.
> p.s. one can also gather all comments on a PR into a single review and do 
> one of the following: ask for changes / approve / just comment. I like this 
> feature as well.
> Cheers,
> Denis.

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