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    • Dan Callahan's avatar
      Minor updates to docs on how to run tests (#8666) · e90fad5c
      Dan Callahan authored
      The test runner isn't present in the `[all]` set of extras, so the
      previous instructions did not work without also installing `[test]`.
      
      Note that this does not include the `[lint]` extras, since those do not
      install on all supported Python versions (specifically, isort 5.x
      requires Python 3.6, while we still support 3.5). Instructions for that
      are included in our pull request template, so we should be fine there.
      
      I've also dropped the `--no-use-pep517` arg to `pip install` since it
      seems to have been added to address a temporary regression in pip 19.1
      which was fixed in pip 19.1.1 the following month.
      
      Lastly, updated the example output of the test suite to set more
      realistic expectations around run time.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarDan Callahan <danc@element.io>
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    • Brendan Abolivier's avatar
      Add a section about support to the top of the README (#7392) · cb6fd280
      Brendan Abolivier authored
      Continuation of #7379
      
      Adds a section in the README telling people to go to #synapse:matrix.org instead of using github issues. I'm not entirely sure about placing it above the install section but then people are likely to first seek support when installing (if something goes boom), and it's probably better to have it as high as possible anyway so people actually see it.
      cb6fd280
    • Brendan Abolivier's avatar
      Make it clearer that #synapse:matrix.org is our support channel (#7379) · a6b32bad
      Brendan Abolivier authored
      This PR moves the "support is in #synapse:matrix.org" in the bug report template outside of the comment as some people seem to ignore what's in the comments, and phrase it a bit more like the support request template. It also adds a default issue template that says the same thing. It's also adding a notice about the security disclosure to both the default template and the bug report one.
      
      It also adds a badge to the top of the README with an alt text saying about the same message if the badge doesn't load (e.g. if matrix.org is slow).
      
      Fixes #6826 
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