[libnice] Ignore host candidates for testing

Philip Withnall philip at tecnocode.co.uk
Fri Jun 26 07:51:29 PDT 2015

On Thu, 2015-06-25 at 08:44 +1200, Felix Schlitter wrote:
> > Note that while pull requests on GitHub are fine, I don’t think we 
> want
> > to use GitHub’s issue tracking, or we’ll end up with bug reports 
> there
> > and on Bugzilla, and everything will get very confusing.
> This is up to you, but the issue list is essentially the mailing list 
> AND the bug tracker in one. It is
> a place for both feature suggestions and bug tracking (although can 
> be used with external, more
> formal bug tracker - since github is pretty loose). I would highly 
> suggest making the move, there
> are not too many bugs reported and the transition would be easy. Here 
> is what you get out of it:
> * Markdown - code blocks / fenced code blocks / highlighting - yes 
> please
> * Links to commits via shas
> * Links to authors, using @mentions
> * Links to other issues and pull requests using #123
> * Close issues and pull requests using commit messages: "Closes #123"
> * Potentially a lot more reports (*)
> * ...

So we’ve dropped Bugzilla and have gone with a Phabricator instance on
phabricator.freedesktop.org — see the announcement e-mail I just sent.

It has all those features, plus is community-controlled!

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