On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 4:57 AM, Nick Coghlan email@example.com wrote:
# Feature request resolutions accepted - feature request accepted (possibly via attached patch) rejected - feature request rejected
Can we make the names a little longer? "feature accepted" and "feature rejected" are more obvious than simply "accepted" and "rejected". Same for some of the bug ones.
# Bug report resolutions fixed - reported bug fixed (possibly via attached patch) invalid - reported behaviour is intentional and not a bug works for me - bug could not be replicated from bug report out of date - bug is already fixed in later Python version wont fix - valid bug, but not fixable in CPython (very rare)
# Common resolutions duplicate - same as another issue (refer to other issue in a comment)