I must also give my thoughts and appreciation to you and others who have or had done the same work that does this work!

I know that qualifying bugs from real problems to ones that have no information about the real problems...

I know that even myself have a difficult time in writing bug reports with enough detail for the developer to even know what I am talking about....

I know that something like this should be done should be done before each major release!  We cannot release a quality software if we can't even eliminate the real problems from bugs/ features that mean nothing...

Sincerely yours,
Rob G. Healey

On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 7:05 AM, Brian Matherly <> wrote:

>I realized by reading the key points of bug reports that I could quickly associate and rank them, because having followed the development for some time now ...
>I hope no one will be disappointed or frustrated about this, and that this could help to fix or to improve some bug reports.

Thanks for taking the time to manage bugs in the tracker. I know there are only a few people like you who are managing the issues. I find it very helpful when people qualify and filter issues before bringing them to my attention. It can be a tedious and thankless job at times. I, for one, appreciate what you and others are doing there.


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Sincerely yours,
Rob G. Healey