Most of our labels have a prefix that provides a hint of their purpose.
These generally denote issues and pull requests related to an API or Component in the core React Native library. It helps us understand, at a glance, which components are in dire need of documentation or support.
These labels are added automatically by one of our bots, but feel free to adjust them if the bot mis-attributes an issue.
p:class of labels denote a company with whom with maintain some sort of relationship. These include Microsoft and Expo, for example. These are also added automatically by our tooling, based on the issue author.
DX:class of labels denote areas that deal with the developer experience. Use these for issues that negatively impact people who use React Native.
Tool:class of labels denote tooling. CocoaPods, Buck...
Resolution:labels help us communicate the status of an issue. Does it need more information? What needs to be done before it can move forward?
Type:labels are added by a bot, based on the changelog field in a pull request. They may also refer to types of issues that are not bug reports.
Platform:labels help us identify which development platform or target OS is affected by the issue.
When unsure of the meaning of a particular label, go to https://github.com/facebook/react-native/labels and look at the description field. We'll do our best to properly document these.
Applying one of the following labels may result in a bot interaction. The goal of these is to ease aid in issue triage by providing a canned response when deemed necessary.
Labels that instruct the bot to leave a comment with next steps:
Needs: Issue Template
Needs: Environment Info
Needs: Verify on Latest Version
Labels that instruct the bot to close the issue after leaving an explanatory comment:
Resolution: For Stack Overflow
Labels that flat out close an issue with no comment: