Let's get rid of UNCONFIRMED/CONFIRMED

Nate Graham nate at kde.org
Tue Apr 10 17:55:57 UTC 2018



---- On Tue, 10 Apr 2018 10:50:19 -0700 Albert Astals Cid<aacid at kde.org> wrote ---- 
 > El dimarts, 10 d’abril de 2018, a les 19:43:51 CEST, Nate Graham va escriure: 
 > > ---- On Tue, 10 Apr 2018 10:29:54 -0700 Albert Astals Cid<aacid at kde.org> 
 > > wrote ---- 
 > >  > Of course it makes sense for wishlists to be confirmed. 
 > >  >  
 > >  > OPEN -> Nobody's looked at it yet 
 > >  > CONFIRMED -> Somebody looked at it and is a wish that makes sense. 
 > >  
 > > A "confirmed" status only makes sense as a contrast to "unconfirmed". For 
 > > bugs, we want that status because bugs that have been triaged and cannot be 
 > > reproduced yet may be reproducible by someone else at some point in the 
 > > future. 
 > >  
 > > But for wishes it's different: if a "confirmed" status for a wishlist bug 
 > > means "Somebody looked at it and it is a wish that makes sense", then the 
 > > corresponding opposite "unconfirmed" status would be "Somebody looked at it 
 > > and it is NOT a wish that makes sense." In this case, the correct course of 
 > > action is to close it as RESOLVED WONTFIX or INVALID; there is no need to 
 > > keep open a wishlist bug that the developers have no intention of 
 > > implementing. 
 >  
 > So how do you propose i differentiate with items i have looked at from the  
 > ones i have not looked at yet when doing a search in bugzilla if they are both  
 > marked as OPEN? 

Ah I see what you mean now. Yes, that makes sense.

Nate




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