Labels: Type-Enhancement Priority-Medium
New issue 2713 by zk...@novadaq.com: Reviewer, not author, should mark
issues as resolved
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What version are you running?
What's the URL of the page this enhancement relates to, if any?
Describe the enhancement and the motivation for it.
Perhaps this has been discussed before or we are using reviewboard
incorrectly, but the "issues" workflow does not make sense to me. If the
reviewer opens and issue, only a reviewer (and preferably the originator of
the issue) should be the one who can mark it as resolved, not the author.
Having the author be the only person who can mark it as resolved is a bit
like the fox watching the hen-house. Perhaps a 3-stage workflow is
required, where an issue is marked "Open" by the reviewer, "Fixed" by the
author, and finally "Closed" by the reviewer. There doesn't seem to be a
way for the reviewer to indicate whether an issue has been properly
addressed or not.
What operating system are you using? What browser?
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