GitHub provides a fully featured issue tracker, tightly tied to each repository.
Its primary use is that of a bug tracker, since reporting and discussing bugs play a vital role in the growth of your project. It can also be used to make feature requests, served as a discussion board of a blog or a project, and even used as a notepad for house repairing! For this, you can refer to the following links:
https://github.com/<username>/<repository>/issues for an overview of all issue activity. If no one has ever opened an issue in your project, you will be presented with a blank ...