Max Semenik <maxsem.wiki(a)gmail.com> writes:
This may piss people off ("what? my bug is not in
How is that different from how we've been pissing people off with ~2500
bugs against MediaWiki that were opened more than six months ago and
have sat, ignored, without resolution.
I think we're already pretty effectively communicating to a lot of people
that their bug is not in our plans.
I'm trying to find ways to deal with that. In the mean time, no one is
stopping someone from changing the priority if they feel it is
Krinkle <krinklemail(a)gmail.com> writes:
Defaulting new bugs to a low priority doesn't seem
very friendly to
new users. They don't know (and shouldn't have to know) what the
bugmeister's organization is.
You're right: they don't need to know anything about how I'm trying to
Still, the priority field isn't being used only by me. Rob and I have
been discussing how to we can use it to manage the real priority for
each developer and component in Bugzilla. We're getting closer to that
and you should see the assignments of bugs changing as we make the use
of the more intuitive meaning of “priority”.