Nick Coghlan schrieb:
Facundo Batista wrote:
First two definitions of "resolve" from the American Heritage dict:
- To make a firm decision about.
- To cause (a person) to reach a decision.
I think it applies quite well.
It only tells you that a resolution was reached, not what that resolution was.
"Resolution: resolved" is meaningless repetition - what matters is *how* the issue was resolved, and simply saying 'resolved' doesn't tell anybody that. 'Fixed', 'accepted', 'invalid', 'rejected' , etc are resolutions since they give you some idea of how the issue was resolved
- the only thing missing is a definition of just how they should be used.*
Now, dropping 'later', 'postponed' and 'remind' from the list of available resolutions is something I could wholeheartedly support. If we want to postpone something to a later release, we should put an appropriate entry in the version list.