On 27 June 2018 at 11:16, Richard Hipp <d...@sqlite.org> wrote:

> If a feature request comes in via ticket, I can either leave the
> ticket open for some future date when I might implement the idea, or I
> can close it immediately as "not a bug".  If I leave it open, then
> people become alarmed at all the open bugs against Fossil.  If I close
> it right away, people misunderstand that as rejecting the idea.
> Either way, users end up feeling unhappy.

Wouldn't it be better if feature requests didn't count as bugs. And if
tickets were marked as bugs, can't they be redefined as feature requests
(and then left open)? (I apologize for not knowing the details)

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