I am fine with shortening them. I have also interpreated wishlist to mean that.
I also want to bring in lessons I learned when participating in
Ubuntu's BugSquad. For the "triaging" process, the report needs to be
confirmed. Whenever we confirm a bug, we can tag it as such. If more
information is needed or if you don't have time to confirm, you can
tag it as "need_confirm". The tags are updated as progress is made.
There is also "ongoing" which I take to mean that the report has been
assigned and actively worked on.
Any others we want (or changes to the idea)?
On Tuesday, June 21, 2011, Eric Firing <efiring@...229...> wrote:
Suggestion: let's try to keep the labels short. I think that will make
it easier to see what we have as the number of labels increases, and
will make the labels a bit less visually overwhelming. (It looks like
existing labels can be edited in the Manage Labels function, but I was
afraid to try for fear I would mess something up.)
mac-osx -> OSX or Mac
ms-windows -> Win or MS
sourceforge-import -> SF
I have been marking feature requests from the old SF as "wishlist"; I
hope that is consistent with the intentions of whoever made the label.