@mamusr I understand that increased popularity will be followed by misusing and not related to n2o issues especially for Erlang newbies. So I'm ok even with spam in GitHub Issues. However you're definitely right that we need some hint in REAMDE on how to contribute error reports and issues on GitHub. I think that GitHub issues should post developers of N2O or by people who understand the N2O philosophy and architecture. General questions from the other side should be resolved in a friendly way on IRC and GITTER channels.