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Re: a draft-bugzilla-entry proposal ?



On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 00:45 -0700, Arne Chr. Jorgensen wrote:
> hi,
> 
> Notice some discussion on *Priority / Severity* fields, etc.
> 
> Perhaps I am the odd-man-out, some clear moments, but also
> foggy ones. And I do stupid things.
> 
> Example: - try to file some bug with a non-cooperative computer.
> 
> ( It took me a couple of hours to just get past the scrolling
> area. )
> 
> What if ?? 
> 
> - the very first package had a name "A_Draft" with some info.
> 
> - those entries get washed-out in some days, perhaps.
> 
> - you can relax and if you never have reported before, then
> *big-Red-Hat* will not come and "zap" you.
> 
> - you receive some notification, maybe with some helpful
> guide-lines, and you can return and edit it. 
> 
> - a 13 year old may have found some odd key-combination that
> only those would notice.
> 
> - no need to add up the numbers as outstanding bugs. Simply
> a scratch pad area. 

We've actually had a similar proposal (000_Unknown_Component) bouncing
around for a few weeks now, but haven't had a final decision on it. I
like your refinements to the idea in theory, but I'm not sure they can
be made to work in practice - Bugzilla doesn't necessarily have the
capacity to do all those things.
-- 
Adam Williamson
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