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chore: sync templates/*.md files with issue templates (#16758)
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gfyoung committed Jan 10, 2023
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23 changes: 16 additions & 7 deletions templates/bug-report.md
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**Tell us about your environment:**

* **ESLint Version:**
* **Node Version:**
* **npm Version:**

**What parser (default, `@babel/eslint-parser`, `@typescript-eslint/parser`, etc.) are you using?**
**Tell us about your environment (`npx eslint --env-info`):**

* **Node version:**
* **npm version:**
* **Local ESLint version:**
* **Global ESLint version:**
* **Operating System:**

**What parser are you using (place an "X" next to just one item)?**

[ ] `Default (Espree)`
[ ] `@typescript-eslint/parser`
[ ] `@babel/eslint-parser`
[ ] `vue-eslint-parser`
[ ] `@angular-eslint/template-parser`
[ ] `Other`

**Please show your full configuration:**

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13 changes: 11 additions & 2 deletions templates/rule-change-proposal.md
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**What rule do you want to change?**

**Does this change cause the rule to produce more or fewer warnings?**
**What change do you want to make (place an "X" next to just one item)?**

**How will the change be implemented? (New option, new default behavior, etc.)?**
[ ] Generate more warnings
[ ] Generate fewer warnings
[ ] Implement autofix
[ ] Implement suggestions

**How will the change be implemented (place an "X" next to just one item)?**

[ ] A new option
[ ] A new default behavior
[ ] Other

**Please provide some example code that this change will affect:**

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11 changes: 6 additions & 5 deletions templates/rule-proposal.md
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**Please describe what the rule should do:**
**What should the new rule do?**

**What new ECMAScript feature does this rule relate to? Note that we only accept new core rules related to new ECMAScript features.**

**What category of rule is this (place an "X" next to just one item)?**

[ ] Enforces code style
[ ] Warns about a potential error
[ ] Warns about a potential problem
[ ] Suggests an alternate way of doing something
[ ] Other (please specify:)
[ ] Enforces a formatting/stylistic preference

**Provide 2-3 code examples that this rule will warn about:**
**Please provide some example JavaScript code that this rule will warn about:**

```js
<!-- put your code examples here -->
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