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Does Atlassian look at user submitted bugs?

I ran into an issue, and while researching, I found that it had been reported over five months ago. There are six bugs written on it, and every single one is still marked as Needs Triage, including one from November 11. I understand running a little behind, or marking an issue as low priority, but nearly six months and as far as I can tell no one has even looked at them.

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Yes, they do.

However, the Sourcetree team is small, and not a huge source of revenue for Atlassian, so I get the feeling it's at the bottom of the list for resources, which means that while the developers may well be doing everything they can, they are overwhelmed and probably doing what I fall back on - ignoring new stuff until I've dealt with the current stuff.

Any willingness to open source SourceTree? Hundreds of thousands of Developers are using it and I'd guess at least a couple dozens would happily contribute, me included.




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