Heh, good point.
I don't know if #6394 is a regression.
But #6401 can certainly be considered as a regression. Although one could argue the opposite since this new insertion screen did not exist before, so an instance can be configured to remain as reliable as before. I nearly mentioned in my last mail that the distinction between regressions and non-regressions is additionally not always clear-cut.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Jonny Bradley mailto:email@example.com
> Envoyé : 17 juillet 2017 15:17
> À : Tiki developers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Objet : Re: Tiki-devel dev.tiki.org issue tracker: category for bugs
> Aren't they both regressions?
> mffp.gouv.qc.ca> wrote:
> > Hi Brendan,
> > https://dev.tiki.org/tiki-view_tracker_item.php?itemId=6394 and https://dev.tiki.org/item6401 are
> > Clearly, not all bugs without errors are consistency bugs, regressions, security issues, usability issues
> or conflict between 2 features.
> >> -----Message d'origine-----
> >> De : Dr. Sassafras mailto:email@example.com
> >> Envoyé : 17 juillet 2017 13:43
> >> À : Tiki developers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> Objet : Re: Tiki-devel dev.tiki.org issue tracker: category for bugs
> >> Can you give an example of a bug that doesn't fit into those categories? Perhaps another category
> >> would work?
> >> Brendan
> >>> On Jul 17, 2017, at 1:32 PM, Cloutier, Philippe (DGARI-Consultant)
> >> mffp.gouv.qc.ca> wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> Our issue tracker has the following categories for bugs:
> >>> Bug: Consistency
> >>> Bug: Error
> >>> Bug: Regression
> >>> Bug: Security
> >>> Bug: Usability
> >>> Bug: conflict of two features (each works well independently)
> >>> But it appears to lack a category for bugs in general. I am considering to create either "Bug:
> >> or "Bug". If anyone opposes, please speak up.
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