I'll admit to not even understanding the intention of what happens in response to the Ideas forum. If an idea was wildly successful here, who was intending to "act" on that? Is there some developer or project lead assigned the responsibility to glean ideas from the Ideas forum, and turn them into reality? Or is it just random contributors coming through here and volunteering to "own" an idea that meets their own individual threshold of "a good idea."KYPREO wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 2:35 amNope. I was intending to do so, but wasn't sure about the policy on tickets for feature requests when they are being discussed in the Ideas forum. Here, the idea now has a +4 rating. Is that enough to justify a ticket? I wouldn't want to spend time on a PR if it's going to be knocked back due to downvotes on here.
Because "create a ticket" and "create a pull request" works regardless of whether anything was ever posted to the Ideas forum, and whether or not anyone here agreed with that idea. Whether it was ever in the Ideas forum or not, you'll get peer reviewed at the ticket level and again in the pull request for whether the peer-reviewing developers "think it's a good idea." But plenty of things "just happen" without ever being "community-reviewed" in the Ideas forum.
Which is another way of also saying "I don't think anything would stop you from going ahead and creating the ticket." If it's not supposed to happen, the ticket will get review comments, clarifications and receive or not receive votes on the ticket itself. And/or those with the actual permission to merge the pull request simply will decline to merge it, and tell you why. But it's not that it's clear to me either "What's supposed to happen to Ideas."