Ron Adam wrote:
Nick Coghlan wrote:
Martin v. Löwis wrote:
One issue to consider is also politeness. People sometimes complain that they feel treated unfair if their report is declared "invalid" - they surely believed it was a valid report, at the time they made it.
I agree with Martin for both of these - 'works for me' and 'out of date' convey additional information to the originator of the bug, even if they don't make a signifcant difference from a development point of view.
The term 'works for me' can be confused with 'solution/patch works for me'. I've generally seen the phrase 'works for me' to mean agreement of a proposed action of some sort.
Maybe something along the lines of 'can not reproduce' would be better?
+1 for 'can not reproduce' or perhaps 'can not duplicate'