Where are org-mode issues tracked? What I mean, why I ask:
I'm having a problem with arbitrary text immediately preceding inline markup, which is the best way I can find to express the general problem underlying e.se.com posts like this and this and this. It's a problem I've previously encountered in reST. However,
- reST has (IMHO) a reasonable, general, and clean solution for the general problem
- IMHO the several workarounds I've seen offered for this problem in org-mode (see comments to the above questions) are either kludges or don't WFM. (YMMV, and note I'm not here to argue this point--it's just part of the motivation for this question.)
At least one of the comments to the above questions suggested that this might/should be a bug on org-mode, so I thought I'd check. Assuming that Org would track their issues in the same UI with their repository (welcome to the 21st century
?-) I searched for their repos, which are here, and particularly found the org-mode code repo here. It's a Gogs instance, and looks like a "normal"
git front-end (e.g., bitbucket, github, gitlab) but ... no bugtracker?
I did some more websearching and I got nothing. So apologies if
- my websearch was incompetent. I searched but did not find, and am not posting this to LMGTFY.
- this question should be asked in another SE. Given that org-mode is such a major part of Emacs, I guessed this would be the place to post, but ICBW.
... but I'd like to know, how to view org-mode issues? E.g., in order to see if a bug or feature has already been proposed?