Rob Lanphier wrote:
This is an area where the community can help. Of that
about half of them have seen any activity at all this calendar year.
We spend *some* time in the triage meeting with old bugs that are
still a problem, but bugs where no one is even commenting generally
are de facto low priority bugs.
Now, if you see something that you think should be high priority on
that list, you should provide your reasoning in comment on one of
those bugs. Lots of "+1s" are noisy and useless, but if a bug hasn't
seen any activity for a few months, it's useful to provide a reminder
about why the bug is still important.
Sometimes the problem is to determine if it is really a bug or a wontfix...