I think this is probably a little too specific to your deployment -- I
think it would be hard to find a set of categories that people could
agree on.

What I'd suggest is to wait until extensions support lands (which
should hopefully be in a couple months), and then develop this as an


On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 9:59 AM, H M <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello All,
> At our company we're internally discussing the userfullness of a "Comment
> Type" value for all comments.
> For the purposes of this discussion we are assuming that all "Comments" are
> defects found during code review.
> We currently have internal reports that report the defect density. (Number
> of "Comments / KLOC of Reviewed code)
> It occured to us that we'd like to find out also the type of defect. It
> could be:
> Functional... the code won't work
> Performance
> Coding style problem
> Etc....
> For this, we'd propose the addition of a "Comment Type" drop down list when
> adding a new comment.
> What do you think about this addition to the main line of code? Would this
> be something useful to others? Is this on the roadmap maybe?
> If not, then we may volunteer to do this in 3 months or so.
> H. M.
> >

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