On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Diederik van Liere <dvanliere(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Currently, we have a 'LATER' resolution in Bugzilla, it contains 339 bug
reports over all the products, see:
The question is, when is LATER? Technically, these bugs are not open and so
nobody will ever see them again and that's how they will be forgotten.
To me, it seems that bugs that are labeled LATER should either be labeled:
1) WONTFIX, which I guess is the majority of these bugs
2) WORKSFORME, I am sure some things have been fixed
3) NEW, it is a real bug / feature request.
LATER means we can't or won't do it (right now) but that is
likely to change in the future. WONTFIX implies "no and this
is not likely to change"
WORKSFORME is unrelated.