Comment #4 on issue 1277 by vi...@djgraphite.com: Comment Types
I think that while this is a good idea in spirit, I'm not sure it would
work in practice. I don't think severity is
useful in the case of code reviews in the same way that severity isn't all
that useful in the case of bugs (wait
for the explanation). In the case of bugs, in most cases, there are a few
people who have a the big picture of
the product and set the relative severity of the bugs. In this case
however, it sounds like the commenter
would set the priority. That's probably not a good way to go.
I do like the idea of having "comment types" - a defect checkbox, or a
checkbox that additionally says that
security might be a concern. This classifies them without priority. I
think it's up to the developer to read _all_
of the comments and then prioritize and address them.
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