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The nice thing about the subscribe commenting system was that the project maintainers could see how many users were interested in the issue; granted, the "follow" button was a major improvement for the focus of the issue. Adding a count of the number of users following any particular issue (perhaps next to the button) could help the maintainers reprioritize their approach to the issue queue, especially in regard to feature ...more »
We can follow issues on individual project pages, but I'd love to be able to follow project releases/builds. I.e. it would be easier to have a list of projects that I was following rather than having to look through a myriad of project pages that I'm interested in.
Allow modules, themes, sandboxes, etc to act more like 'Groups' in which an issue queue is only one aspect of them. Modules could have discussions, wiki pages, events, and could help potentially help tie in the work being done with initiative pages. Functionality like maintainers being able to send out e-mail announcements (i.e. Broadcast) to people 'subscribed' to a module with security releases or major features. This ...more »