BinyaminGreen[m]: you can sign up for Jira using your GitHub account.
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And for discussion, we can use IRC :)
BenOckmore: That whole writeToDisk was basically a hack that theoretically shouldn't be needed. I tried removing it completely and it seems to work on Webpack 5 for me. Will check again in case I missed something.
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Yes, I can confirm the HMR middleware is working fine without the need to write the files. It's the same reason we don't need that `WriteAssetsWebpackPlugin` anymore.
reosarevok: I don't want to move the discussions. Just open up something on GitHub, as well. Is there a danger to using GH discussions?
meaning, opening up discussions on github, with the intent that this is just for passersby.
Generally, having discussions in several places means many people only ever see half of it :)
That's the main worry
(we used to have forums and mailing lists, for example, and ended up in a situation where we had "forum people" and "list people")
(for MusicBrainz, that is, BookBrainz never had mailing lists)
Oh, wait! You can customize the issues tab. I think you can make it so that you can only click on external links. That would make me very happy.
BinyaminGreen[m]: I'm not sure exactly what that achieves, other than creating another discussion medium. Coudl you explain the benefits you see with having those auto-closing issues?
There is a link in the readme pointing to the jira issue tracker; maybe if that link was much more visible and at the top it would make it clearer that issues are tracked through jira?
BinyaminGreen[m]: Last time I looked at it (a long time ago), it was not possible to redirect the issues to an external tracker. I think we would be happy to make clearer that issues can be openly created/read/self-assigned through the Issues tab even though it is already documented in most README files (as Mr_Monkey just mentioned).
I think it can definitely be made a lot clearer. I'll touch up the project readme accordingly, at the very least