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Does a more formal public issue tracker exist for this project? I'd like to subscribe to others' posts just for issue closure, etc. That's not really possible with Discourse.


   
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Nope, doesn't exist 😊 - sorry to be the bearer of bad news today haha.

Normally folks report issue in the comments of said article, eg. MiniWOL. If things get out of hand (eg. long log files, etc), I request users to proceed to the forum. Directly starting in the forum is perfectly fine as well of course.

Since I'm just developing these applications for the fun of it, and a little low on time, I do not have much of any tracking tools (besides the ones on my computer).


   
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@hans, no problem. If you do ever decide to use something more advanced, like (i'm guessing based upon how you manage to self-host your own website with embedded Discourse) Gitea or GitLab, do remember to mention it here! Thanks lots.


   
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No worries 😁 
I'll keep it in mind - and once I get settled (in the middle of moving) I may take a look ... thanks for the Discourse tip!


   
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@hans, yeah. I'm moving too. It's is a pain.


   
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It sure is 😞  -- Good luck and hoping you have friends and family helping 😉 


   
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@hans, luckily I do. Likewise!


   
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