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github: add support file and redirect to it #3302

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commented May 27, 2019

Please describe the changes this PR makes and why it should be merged:
Recently, GitHub added support resources, which are there to, well, show ways of getting support (similar to what was done in the general questions issue template). This PR initializes this feature and redirects the general question template to the support document


  • Code changes have been tested against the Discord API, or there are no code changes
  • I know how to update typings and have done so, or typings don't need updating

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  • This PR changes the library's interface (methods or parameters added)
    • This PR includes breaking changes (methods removed or renamed, parameters moved or removed)
  • This PR only includes non-code changes, like changes to documentation, README, etc.

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commented May 27, 2019

I'm not sure why having users click one extra time to see a support paragraph is a good thing. People are lazy, many ignore the template as is; so making them have to click one extra thing?

Either way, the title for that file should be # Seeking support? instead of # Seeking for support? fyi.


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commented May 27, 2019

@Darqam Well, now, not only do we have the PR bugging them, we also have GitHub bugging them as well, since it actually asks if they do have a support issue and redirects them to that document

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iCrawl approved these changes Sep 10, 2019

@iCrawl iCrawl merged commit 8dec251 into discordjs:master Sep 10, 2019

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