How to manage wishes that became unimportant

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at
Sat Jan 14 16:49:10 GMT 2006

On Monday 09 January 2006 13:00, Frank Reifenstahl wrote:
> Hi,
> sometimes an old wish filed to becomes unimportant to oneself
> but might be of some importance to other users. How to handle this? Should
> I set such wishes to "resolved" (though it isn't) to not needlessly waste
> developers ressources?

I'd say if you are the initial reporter and no one else has added comments 
yet, you can mark it as resolved, preferably adding a comment why you no 
longer require it.

If there are others who have added comments, you could just add the comment 
and mark it as resolved a week later if no one else objects.

If a developer has marked it as assigned, you can just leave it or add the 
above mentioned comment.


Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at>
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
Moderator: (German),
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