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Code navigation UX and robustness #2070

sqs opened this Issue Jan 30, 2019 · 1 comment


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sqs commented Jan 30, 2019

Code navigation includes code intelligence, Git blame, Codecov/Datadog extensions, Chrome/Firefox extensions, and anything else that helps a user navigate their code.
Code navigation is one of the 2 main features of Sourcegraph for users (along with code search).

We've made big changes to code navigation the last few months, such as moving language/git-blame functionality to extensions and enabling code intel by default (in 3.0). We want to reserve time to be responsive to feedback on these new features introduced in 3.0 and proactively fix the biggest issues and known tech debt.


Issues labeled code-nav


  • Issues labeled release-blocker must get done.
  • Issues labeled priority are the next thing to work on after all release-blockers are done.
  • Issues without release-blocker or priority label will get tackled if time.

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  • Tester: assignees of this issue

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Code search UX #2081

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nicksnyder commented Feb 19, 2019

I am going to close this umbrella issue for 3.1. We will kickoff 3.2 tomorrow.

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