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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: bug database: difference between "analyzed" and "feedback"
Date Thu, 21 May 1998 18:24:24 GMT

OK, so it sounds like the critical difference (in people's opinions) is
that reports which are valid complaints against our current code should
remain in "analyzed" until a fix is developed, whereas a new feature
request should be put in "suspended".  Which means those who have a
hunkering to fix real, identified, vetted problems should only have to open
the bug database and look at all the "analyzed" problems and start fixing
from there.  It also seems like bugs should go from open to feedback if
more info is needed before going into "analyzed".


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