On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 15:05, Jaap Karssenberg
> Dear all,
> In my effort to get more order in the bug list I'm trying now trying
> to use tags to set priorities on all wishlist items. This is a bit
> orthogonal to the importance on the bugs itself since all of these
> have the importance set to "wishlist", yet not all wishlist items are
> The main tags I use now are "missing" which are items I think should
> be addressed to finish zim as a feature complete application (think of
> the mythical version 1.0), and "papercut" which are small items that
> can easily improve the application. I encourage anyone who wants to
> try his hand at some patches to check bugs in the papercut category.
> Wishlist bugs outside of these two categories I consider long term
> items and I will not spent much effort on them - of course anybody is
> free to pick them up if they disagree with my ranking ;)
> See this page for the overview:
Hi Jaap, I've noticed your tagging in the past few days on Launchpad.
I think that your idea of papercuts and missing as immediate items,
and the rest as long term, is terrific. It has been some time since
I've filed a Zim bug or wishlist, but when I do I will try to suggest
such a tag. I won't tag the items myself, though, as the line is of
course arbitrary and I do not want to overstep my bounds.
Best of luck!
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