Papercut definition updated

Phill Whiteside PhillW at
Thu Mar 13 19:37:14 UTC 2014


may I remind you of one simple thing... To the person reporting the bug,
there is NO more important bug. You have to please 9 people to get a
recommendation - only need to annoy one to get negative comments.

Just my thoughts.


On 13 March 2014 19:12, Alberto Salvia Novella <es20490446e at>wrote:

> While setting importances for around 200 bugs, I realized the papercut
> definition was too complicated to be taken into practice by anyone,
> including myself. So I've overly simplified it.
> A papercut is a software defect that is:
> - insignificant.
> - fixable by one person within a day.
> - affecting the future release.
> What is to say, if you see something ridiculous affecting Trusty, please
> mark it as affecting "One Hundred Papercuts".
> Regards <コ:彡
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