[fltk.coredev] Re: FYI/RFC: GitHub Issue Templates

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Re: FYI/RFC: GitHub Issue Templates imacarthur 01:20 Sep 29 top right image
 
On Thursday, 29 September 2022 at 08:50:53 UTC+1 Manolo wrote:
Le mercredi 28 septembre 2022 à 17:58:51 UTC+2, Albrecht Schlosser a écrit :
Hi FLTK devs,

in commit 283184a09a36 I added GitHub Issue Templates which are intended to guide users (and other devs) to fill in the correct and required informations when creating an issue:

That's great.

I would replace, in bug_report.md,
- Installed system version from: [e.g. Debian 11.4 Bullseye]
by
- Installed as package from: [e.g. Debian 11.4 Bullseye]
to make that question more distinct from the other one below:
- OS Version: [e.g. Ubuntu 20.04, macOS 12.6, Windows 11]

I think Manolo's suggestion is clearer. (Only time will tell what users think.)
 

Also, I'm very much against using !, especially in a "Please …" sentence.
So, I would like to suggest to remove the final ! there :
Please use our FLTK discussions group (forum) fltk.general for your question!

Again, I think I agree - use of the exclamation mark ! always seems a bit "informal" to me and might not be appropriate in a "official form", as it were.
 

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