Ignore projects without an issue tracker?
A slight quirk of GitLab is that issue trackers are per-project rather than per-group. Our team prefers to use a single issue tracker across all projects, so we created a
<group>/tracker project solely for this purpose. This project is the only one that has the 'Issues' feature enabled. However, GL Kanban's Your boards tab has an entry for all of our projects—even though most of them do not (and cannot) contain any issues.
We are wondering if it makes sense to have GL Kanban ignore projects that have the 'Issues' feature disabled? If that were the case, it would really clean up the UI for us a lot, since we would only see a board for the (single) project that we care about instead of 15 or so boards that don't have an issue tracker, anyway. Does that make sense?
BTW.. we are loving GL Kanban. It was stupid easy to install, and it is indeed very lean. Great stuff!