Subject: Re: [boost] Which forum to handle issues/questions regarding libraries
From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-03-25 18:17:19
On 25/03/2019 14:47, Robert Ramey via Boost wrote:
> I've been studying the boost multiprecision library and I have a few
> questions relating to various aspects of said library.Â These
> questions are quite specific to that library and I'm not sure that
> they are of wider interest other than to a couple people. So I'm
> wondering if it would be better to post these as library issues on
> github or on this list or both.
> It used to be simple but now we have at least three places to discuss
> these things: slack, here and github issues for the library in
> question. Â Also sometimes some PRs can highlight differences which can
> get ironed out in the PR comments.Â Do we have a consensus as to the
> preferred way to select the correct forum?
If it's a bug then I'd say that github is pretty much always the best
place, if there are wider design issues or inter-library issues, then
here would be good.
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