Dimitry, I do not understand your "why not?" I have been trying to explain why not all along. You seem a bit selfish to me, not for the first time. The important thing for you is that you, a developer, like the solution; who cares about new users coming to a tracker and trying to figure out how to work with it. You liked it, so what's the problem. Oh Oh. --Dan

On 7/14/07, Dimitry Polivaev <dpolivaev@gmx.de> wrote:
> So the only items now in discussion are bugs and requests in the last
> stable version that have been solved in CVS. What about them? Setting
> them to closed would still cause that people would not see them in
> the tracker. --Danielpolansky 04:20, 14 Jul 2007 (PDT)
Why not? Everyone can select an option to see the slosed items too. I
think that the expected version with the bug fix should be mentioned in
the detail field. If last published version is say 0.9.0 beta 9, but the
issue is closed with relution "fixed" and the details informs that the
bug fix is done in 0.9.0 beta 10 (11, 12...), there is no way to
misunderstanding. The tracker should always reflect the real situation,
so letting the issue "open" althaugh it has been fixed is less nice for me.

--DimitriPolivaev 04:46, 14 Jul 2007 (PDT)

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