Using the "patch" tag for bugs

Daniel Holbach daniel.holbach at
Wed Nov 28 08:30:30 GMT 2007

On Mi, 2007-11-28 at 00:26 -0800, Jordan Mantha wrote:
> To this end I had a talk with Christian (kiko) about maybe some things
> that can be improved. I've come up with the following list of bugs
> that may help. Please feel free to add to the discussion:
> 1. repeated bug in search for bugs with patches -
> 2. Can't mark a patch as obsolete -
> 3. show patch icon or notification on the comments page -
> 4. Rows in bug listings should indicate if a patch exists -
> 5. reject non-code patch attachements -
> 6. ability to convert a comment into a patch attachment -

Good work! I'm sure this is going to make a change!

> I also think it's useful to have a tag to indicate a "triaged" patch,
> that is one that is really a patch and ready for a dev to look at.

I feel we should make use of
in that case.

Have a nice day,

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