+1, Nate said what I was thinking :)

On 10/14/2016 05:34 PM, Nate Finch wrote:
> +1
> 
> Keeping the PR and reviews together really makes it easier for me to
> keep track of what's going on with a PR.  It's also really nice not
> having to context switch out of github for every single PR.
> 
> Reviewboard and related infrastructure breaks like once couple weeks,
> and I'm not convinced it'll get better, since we've been using it for
> quite some time now.
> 
> I have missed exactly zero of the features of reviewboard since using
> github, and haven't really cared about the drawbacks of github.
> 
> One point - you *can* minimize comments in the files view - there's a
> checkbox per file that will hide the comments in that file.
> 
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 8:22 AM roger peppe <rogpe...@gmail.com
> <mailto:rogpe...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> 
>     On 14 October 2016 at 12:45, Adam Collard
>     <adam.coll...@canonical.com <mailto:adam.coll...@canonical.com>> wrote:
>     > Not sure I get a vote, but -1
>     >
>     > You're running an old version of ReviewBoard (2.0.12 released in
>     January
>     > 2015) and many of the issues I think you've been hitting are fixed
>     in later
>     > revisions. Latest stable is 2.5.6.1, 3.0.x is under active
>     development and
>     > brings a chunk of new UI improvements.
>     >
>     > Release notes for 2.5
>     >
>     > 3.0 demo site
> 
>     I'm still not convinced.
> 
>     Even 3.0 still deletes draft comments without so much as a by-your-leave
>     when you double-click somewhere else in the text. And because it
>     doesn't use
>     real text entry boxes, the Lazarus plugin, my usual saviour in such
>     cases,
>     doesn't work. I've lost far too much time to this in the past.
> 
>     Replying to a comment still involves a page reload and associated
>     lost context.
> 
>     I can't see anything in the 2.5 release notes about fixing behaviour
>     on file
>     move/rename, though I may well have missed it.
> 
>     And not being able to deal with really large PRs is a definite issue
>     too (not
>     that github is better there).
> 
>       cheers,
>         rog.
> 
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