- http://issues.hledger.org - all issues, open or closed
- http://bugs.hledger.org - open BUGs
- http://wishes.hledger.org - open WISHes
- http://prs.hledger.org - open pull requests
- http://readyprs.hledger.org - open pull requests ready for review
- http://draftprs.hledger.org - open draft pull requests
- http://bugs.hledger.org/new - report a new issue
The hledger project's issue tracker is on github. It contains:
- BUG issues - failures in some part of the hledger project (the main hledger packages, docs, website..)
- WISH issues - feature proposals, enhancement requests
- uncategorised issues - we don't know what these are yet
- pull requests - proposed changes to code and docs
Issues are also labelled according to their topics, for organisation.
Some loose conventions:
- In bug titles, mention the hledger version in which the bug first appeared (and avoid mentioning version numbers otherwise). This allows searches like new issues in 1.22 and regressions in 1.22
Labels are used to categorise:
- the issue's type: "A BUG" or "A WISH", in shades of red (The A makes it appear as first label)
- relevant subsystems/topics, in light blue. More about this below.
- relevant platforms, in light purple
- resolution if not fixed: "closed:cant-reproduce/duplicate/invalid/wont-fix", in dark grey
- "bounty", in bright yellow: issues with bountysource funding
- "easy?", in dim yellow: issues which are probably relatively easy to fix
- "imported" etc., in white: miscellaneous information
Short topic names, corresponding to hledger commands, input formats, output formats and other common themes, are used to organise things in the hledger project. In particular,
- They are used as space saving descriptive prefixes for commit messages
- They can be used as prefixes for issue/PR titles
- Issues and PRs are labelled with them (the light blue labels).
A more or less complete list can be seen at open issues or in the issue tracker's labels list.
If you are interested in helping with a particular component for a while, please add yourself as a custodian in Open Issues table above. A custodian's job is to help manage the issues, rally the troops, and drive the open issue count towards zero. The more custodians, the better! By dividing up the work this way, we can scale and make forward progress.
Milestones are used a little bit to plan releases. In 2017 we experimented with projects, but in 2018 milestones are in favour again..
You might see some experiments in estimate tracking, where some issue names might have a suffix noting estimated and spent time. Basic format: [ESTIMATEDTOTALTASKTIME|TIMESPENTSOFAR]. Examples: ```  two hours estimated, no time spent [..] half an hour estimated (a dot is ~a quarter hour, as in timedot format) [1d] one day estimated (a day is ~4 hours) [1w] one week estimated (a week is ~5 days or ~20 hours) [3|2] three hours estimated, about two hours spent so far [1|1w|2d] first estimate one hour, second estimate one week, about two days spent so far ``` Estimates are always for the total time cost (not time remaining). Estimates are not usually changed, a new estimate is added instead. Numbers are very approximate, but better than nothing.
The trello board (trello.hledger.org) is an old collection of wishlist items. This should probably be considered deprecated.