Issue Template Display on GitHub

Hi,

I’ve been working on creating some templates for GithHub issues. GitHub’s interface for users to select templates is confusing to me. The templates all have big green “Get started” buttons, but to file a blank issue there is just a link at the bottom of the page that is really easy to miss. Is anyone else confused by this interface? Here is an example.

I’m wondering if we should create a “Blank Issue” template so that it’s easier to find.

Discouraging “blank” seems best to me: ideally the default form would at least have folks choose some “product” (clang, LLVM, …) so that we get some tagging immediately there which will help for the triage.

We also have the option of completely disabling creation of “blank” issues if we wanted to. I like the idea of having the default form require some kind of high-level tag, I will draft something up.

However, there should not be many different templates – this will confusing for the users and likely the issues will use the wrong template

OK, good point. I will think so more if it’s worth having a separate template for regressions.