2008/10/27 bulia byak <buliabyak@gmail.com>
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Bryce Harrington <bryce@canonical.com> wrote:
> Every assertion you make in this last paragraph can be debated.
> However, using the inflammatory term "abuse" in reference to our current
> processes makes it sound like you're just trolling anyway.

I honestly do not see any trolling here. It's a valid concern. I
personally do not care much about how we mark bugs, so long as it's
consistent, but I do understand how our current system may look
slightly weird. I think everyone who cares about this part of the
project should make an effort to discuss it in a civil and productive
manner.

Agreed, I also think the way launchpad tags stuff doesnt fit particularly well with the way we do our process, but understand how we do it.
I personally still dont like that RFEs are bugs with an importance of wishlist. If your going to leave them as bugs then wishlist should be a status, not an importance, as you then rule out being able to rank RFEs, which kinda sucks.