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How to report issues

Always create a Linear ticket first unless it’s
  • a severe security concern or
  • a bug that is user-specific / includes user information / doesn’t require code changes
  1. 1.
    Create the issue in Linear
    • At this point, it should go into Triage. From there, the Product team will triage the issue, decide its priority and will plan it to be worked.
    • If the issue is a urgent bug that we need to fix now, it can be Accepted and put directly into In Progress
      • Ensure you've correctly set the Project on the Linear issue to correspond with the current release we are working on (e.g. v3.6, v3.7, etc.)
    • If it's more an internal task we don't want the GitHub community to see, put the private label on the issue so it's not synced.
    • There have been many Linear/GitHub issues created with just a link to Threads. We need to stop doing this since community members do not have access to Threads.
  2. 2.
    Add all the labels (bug, etc.)
  3. 3.
    Only open a thread if the issue is Urgent and we need to coordinate the work immediately.
    • Otherwise, new threads should not be created in the normal course of working issues.
    • Let's try to keep discussions about how to implement a feature or bug in Linear/GitHub. This will provide more content on the project itself instead of hidden in Threads.