Well let's see... I've got 1 TB of OneDrive space, my e-mail with 50GB and 100GB archive, task planning tables, OneNote, decent anti-spam, and PKI certificates to sign my e-mail. For $8.
*Clicks on over to Google Docs to check the price of 1TB -- $9.99*
Well that seems worth it.
Atlassian puts their own bug database online. When you find a problem with Atlassian software you can search for it there. You will likely find that other people have found this problem before you, and opened tickets on it, which Atlassian has since closed, explaining either - yes, it is broken, but fixing it would be hard, so we're not going to OR - no, that's the way it is supposed to work, and we're not going to change it
Agree. There are so many feature requests that would make the tool more useful that they flat out reject because... I guess they don't feel like doing work?
I guess you didn't read it very well?
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.