On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 4:06 PM Joel Nothman <joel.noth...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I think it would be worth trying to have a rough *priority ranking for
> things we'd like to see in 0.19*. However the Github Milestones feature
> is a bit crippled in UI: you can rank issues, but cannot filter by anything
> but open/closed, so for instance cannot see bugs and non-bugs separately.
> Perhaps Projects come to supersede that, although I think they work best
> for small-scale sprints rather than release-level milestones. And you
> cannot search sorted by milestone priority.
You can use the search text field to build complex queries like this:
I once had a nice set of example queries but seem to have lost it so the
best docs I can point to is:
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