GitHub: Reorder issues in a milestone

Milestones and labels are a handy way to group and organize your issues, but sometimes it’s helpful to indicate which ones you or your team want to focus on first. You can now reorder issues and pull requests and indicate priority by moving them higher up or lower down the list.

Re-ordering Issues

Once you’ve grouped issues and pull requests within a milestone, drag-and-drop to place them in whatever order you need, or use keyboard commands to select and move items up or down the list.

Learn more about Milestones and issue prioritization in our help guide.


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Drupal is for ambitious digital experiences

What feelings does the name Drupal evoke? Perceptions vary from person to person; where one may describe it in positive terms as “powerful” and “flexible,” another may describe it negatively as “complex.” People describe Drupal differently not only as a result of their professional backgrounds, but also based on what they’ve heard and learned.
If you ask different people what Drupal is for, you’ll get many different answers. This isn’t a surprise, because over the years the answers to this fundamental question have evolved. Drupal started as a tool for hobbyists building community websites, but over time it’s evolved to support large and sophisticated use cases.
Perception is everything
Perception is everything; it sets expectations and guides actions and inactions. We need to better communicate Drupal’s identity, demonstrate its true value, and manage its perceptions and misconceptions. Words do lead to actions. Spending the time to capture what Drupal is for could energize and empower people


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Comcast Will Let Netflix Onto Its X1 Platform

Kara Swisher, reporting for Recode:Cable giant Comcast will allow popular web video streaming service Netflix onto its X1 platform. (Editor’s note: both the companies confirmed the move to the publication.) Sources said the deal to be on the cable giant’s set-top box would be akin to the arrangement that Netflix has cut with smaller cable operators in the United States and bigger ones across the globe. Netflix also has deals with Apple, Roku and Google’s Chromecast; its app is offered on these Internet TV services. It also is embedded in smart televisions.It’s an enormous step, given the long and sometimes contentious history between the two companies against a backdrop of increased consumer usage of internet-delivered video. From the report:Back in 2012, for example, Peter Kafka reported that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was “once again accusing Comcast of violating ‘net neutrality’ principles by favoring its own web video service over those


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Skype Meetings Is Microsoft’s New Free Video Conferencing Tool For Small Businesses

Microsoft is launching a free tool to make it easier for people to make video conference calls. The company on Tuesday released Skype Meetings, which is largely similar to using the traditional Skype app, but comes with features that make it easier to set up video calls and collaborate with colleagues. TechCrunch reports:The more fully featured Skype for Business product allows you to host meetings with up to 250 people and it’s deeply integrated into Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. Skype Meetings, on the other hand, only allows for PowerPoint collaboration (screen sharing, laser pointer, etc.) and screen sharing. Video calls are also limited to a maximum of 10 people during the first two months. After that, the maximum number of participants drops to three people. Participants can join Skype Meetings from virtually any device with the help of a personalized URL and the calls are powered by the same technology


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Microsoft gives businesses a free tool for online meetings

Microsoft is giving small businesses a new way to hold meetings online with the launch of a free Skype Meetings product that’s aimed at providing professional communication tools for free.
Skype Meetings is free and users can launch meetings for up to 10 people during their first 60 days of using it. After that, they’re limited to only hosting meetings for three or fewer people. Those meetings can take advantage of several features, including the option to bring in participants using a hyperlink and present a PowerPoint slide deck live.
The new service is something of a lure to try and get people hooked on Skype for Business. That’s why Microsoft imposed its user limit restrictions: small businesses can use Skype Meetings without paying, and growing companies are encouraged to buy an Office 365 subscription to hold big meetings.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here


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