Managing The ClinicalTrials.gov Support, Feedback, And Roadmap Using Github
14 Feb 2016
Each of the Adopta.Agency project runs as a Github repository, with the main project site running using Github Pages. There are many reasons I do this, but one of the primary ones is that it provides me with most of what I need to provide support for the project.
Jekyll running on Github pages gives me the ability to have a blog, and manage the pages for the project, which is central to support. Next I use Github Issues for everything else. If anyone needs to ask a question, make a contribution, or report a bug, they can do so using Github Issues for the repository.
I even drive the project road map, and change log using Github Issues. If I tag something as roadmap, it shows up on the road map, and if I tag something as changelog, and it is a closed issue, it will show up on the change log--this is the feedback loop that will help me move the clinical trials API forward.