Athena Yao has been volunteering for Dreamwidth since 2009. She strongly believes in the importance of accessibility and enjoys the challenge of tweaking something until it’s just so.
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In the past few years, GitHub has become the most widely used platform for managing open source projects, thanks to the ease it provides for submitting and accepting pull requests. However, GitHub's issue tracker is not as full featured as more venerable bug trackers such as Bugzilla, and it is not as easy to use for organizations which have a large number of casual contributors. Come hear how one organization coped with the sudden loss of their Bugzilla database by restructuring their tracking workflow to use GitHub's built-in issue management features, as well as implementing API hooks to provide missing functionality.
|Jen Griffin, Athena Yao|