thanks for the reply. I read it only now.
I am mining data from Jira and TravisCI to correlate these metrics for each release. I am therefore using Jira issues as a feedback on release performance and quality. For releases, I am referencing the Github tags. As far as I understood both Github and Travis only contain information about the Community Edition and hence the need to work only on issues affecting that edition.
So yeah, I am mining this data
I guess I could filter issues with specifically Community edition as label and for the resolved issues try to find a commit in the Github repo referencing that issues. Those issues should be most likely on the Community edition, right? Any other ideas?