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Is it practical for the code maintainers/contributors to create Github issues for any forum reported bugs that have been confirmed then cross-reference between the Github issue and forum post? It might be too much extra work. I think it's going to be hard to change community behaviour to report bugs in Github only and not the forum. Maybe there's a way to use git post-commit hooks in Github to automatically comment back to the referenced forum post? That's probably a lot of work to setup too though ...

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1 hour ago, inteja said:

Is it practical for the code maintainers/contributors to create Github issues for any forum reported bugs that have been confirmed then cross-reference between the Github issue and forum post? It might be too much extra work. I think it's going to be hard to change community behaviour to report bugs in Github only and not the forum. Maybe there's a way to use git post-commit hooks in Github to automatically comment back to the referenced forum post? That's probably a lot of work to setup too though ...

Well, I maintain this Trello Board for Canvas2D related development, when a forum user report a bug like this one it's pretty quick for me to create a Trello Card and even create a link with the corresponding PR...
I guess the synchro work would be as fast with GitHub issues...It's really not something that kills you in term of time...

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