Incomplete with no response >30 days

Daniel Holbach daniel.holbach at
Wed May 7 13:44:49 BST 2008

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Wolfger schrieb:
> On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 8:23 AM, Henrik Nilsen Omma <henrik at> wrote:
> 1) It forces triagers to use Firefox

Just for completeness' sake: it works with epiphany-browser (and
epiphany-extensions) too.

> 3) Triagers have to know about the script's existence.

In my reply to Brian's announce I added my thoughts about it too. It'd
be nice to have a ubuntu-qa-tools package, that'd depends on bughelper
and shipped all kinds of useful stuff (like greasemonkey scripts).

What do you think?

> It's an inherently flawed solution that misses the fact that some devs
> are using "incomplete" status in contradiction of the Ubuntu wiki
> definition. We could change the definition, I suppose, but that would
> make the status less useful in my opinion.

The answer I gave above does not solve the problem you mention and I
guess there will always be different contexts in which a bug status (or
a subscription/assignment, etc) will be interpreted differently.

We still should aim for bigger coherence though. Would it make sense to
discuss this at UDS? Who'd be interested in leading such a session?

Have a nice day,

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