Comment #3 on issue 3013 by chip...@gmail.com: Deleting a file attachment
does not delete comments about it from issue summary table
I can see an argument for that, but there's another argument that I believe
requires that we keep behavior as-is.
Say I upload a screenshot, and people make comments on it. I may, as part
of a subsequent update, replace that screenshot with a newer version,
without addressing their concerns. For example, maybe I tweaked the look of
something, but I didn't fix a typo they found.
By altering this behavior to erase those issues from the removed
screenshot, I lose very valuable feedback that may still be very relevant.
I don't want to do that. Just because a file attachment (or diff) was
replaced, doesn't mean the previous feedback has been addressed.
What *should* be done is that the owner of the review request should close
the issues once they are fixed. Reviews should *never* disappear. It's up
to the owner to respond to any open issues, and having the system
auto-close them is asking for trouble.
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