Question about expired bugs.

tuxmaster geekstogo tuxmaster at geekstogo.com
Sat Oct 9 09:37:13 BST 2010


Thanks that answered my question that I should follow the invalidating
process.

Still would like to know when the bugs automatically get marked for expired.


On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 2:28 AM, Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Saturday, October 09, 2010 04:01:10 am tuxmaster geekstogo wrote:
> > I noticed I had a bunch of subscribed bugs that state "This bug report
> was
> > marked for expiration X days ago."
> >
> > Does that mean that the bug is expired?
> > When does the bug get marked as expired?
>
> Bugs used to be closed automatically when they expired. This was disabled.
> So
> now it's saying "if that feature were enabled, this would have been closed
> due
> to the reporter ignoring it."
>
> > More or less do I need to do anything with these. Do I need to do the  I
> > thought once they were expired they got taken off the list should I go
> > though the process of invalidating these bugs?
>
> Check what the last few comments were.  Were they "can you please respond
> or
> do you just not care and we should close this?" or were they the original
> "hey
> can you give a screenshot?"  If the latter, prompt for a response. If the
> former and it's been months since that prompt, then closing is ok.
>
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