On Wednesday, November 27, 2013 4:17:54 AM UTC+1, Nilanjan wrote:
>
> Sorry about that.
>
> What I meant is, suppose I am using a project in Git, let's say a Ruby 
> gem.  It seems like users only enter defects as issues.  I assume I 
> shouldn't enter 'enhancement requests' as issues?
>
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>>
That heavily depends on the project in question, as it's a bit of a culture 
thing. Some projects prefer all issues and features being discussed on the 
mailing list, while others put everything in their issue-tracker, be it on 
GitHub or elsewhere. Usually, having a look at the developer documentation 
gives some hints of where you should report feature requests.

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