(Non-)Usefulness of the current for-wheezy and fit-for-wheezy usertags
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- Subject: (Non-)Usefulness of the current for-wheezy and fit-for-wheezy usertags
- From: Michael Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 18:55:12 -0400
- Message-id: <CANTw=MO7h+tOXo1a8cLEgh84pDL3mX-jVKBCNHMjEUp1RBvGuA@mail.gmail.com>
I feel like the current for-wheezy and fit-for-wheezy usertags
actually make the sponsorship-requests bug page harder to use than it
needs to be.
In actuality, any bug tagged ITP and QA should not have either of
those tags (since no itp or qa upload is going in until the freeze is
lifted unless the qa is rc, and in that case it should be tagged rc),
and any bug tagged RC or NMU should have those tags. So, why then are
we using an orthogonal system? Why not just have usertags itp, rc,
qa, and nmu? There are two orthogonal categorizations, and I'm not
sure how that helps.