On 4/10/2018 8:31 AM, James Lowe wrote:
In a way, I still think having a tracker separate from the patch comparison
tool (whatever it may be) is better than an issue also including all the noise
from the arguments, because in the end the actual code is irrelevant compared
to the discussion or decision.
Very understandable... the key comments concluding the discussion should
be more prominent that the ones leading up to it. GitLab's "Resolvable
discussions" might help with that:
"Discussion resolution helps keep track of progress during planning or
code review. Resolving comments prevents you from forgetting to address
feedback and lets you hide discussions that are no longer relevant...
Comments and discussions can be resolved by anyone with at least
Developer access to the project or the author of the merge request."
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