Coming back to your question... I'd look for a tool we not only can use for the release process, but may be able to get an oversight of where are we standing at any given point in time (= whenever we want to see it, we get the state as it is at that point. No time travel).
https://github.com/dlang-bots/dlang-bot looks like a good template. It just would need to be ported from D... I worked with GitHub API in the past and could tinker on a dashboard (read-only) after I am finished with the homepage... Bugzilla has an API, too. Login could be done with GitHub as auth provider later in the process. For those links: I personally prefer the issues view. The milestone feature is only interesting insofar as a progress bar is displayed in the issue view. I'd advise against the wiki, as it sounds like manual work to keep it up-to-date. If you need some checkboxes, use GFM's task list syntax: https://help.github.com/articles/about-task-lists/ Kind regards Ryuno-Ki -------- Ursprüngliche Nachricht -------- Von: "Sławomir Nizio" <slawomir.ni...@sabayon.org> Gesendet: 10. März 2018 01:51:20 MEZ An: email@example.com Betreff: Re: [sabayon-dev] RFC: using GitHub to track ISO releases preparation with a 4th view: - "bare" view with issues (with labels): https://github.com/Enlik/meh/issues - the "new release" milestone: https://github.com/Enlik/meh/milestone/1 - as Kanban board (used more or less correctly, but pretty nice): https://github.com/Enlik/meh/projects/1 - a simple "Wiki" page(s): https://github.com/Enlik/meh/wiki/x.y-release