re: Make an open source maintainer's day with this one weird trick VIEW POST

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re: I was thinking the same here: the "issues" section is for, well, reporting issues. Sure, not all maintainers might be so picky to make of this a bi...
 

Exactly. For the projects I maintain I receive issues directly into the mailbox I monitor during working hours. Unlike twitter, forums, dev.to, younameit.

That “thank” would make me jump out of the context, check email, see my project has got an issue, get frustrated, open the email—and finally get disgruntled if not angry for the wasted time and lost concentration.

This is very good intent and receiving that kind of feedback is very pleasant, but let’s use the appropriate communication channels for that.

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