TAGGING OF THE FORUM

Note: If you are making a Bug Report, please include the firmware of your unit in the body of your post. Thanks.

Hey all,

We will be reviewing and tagging the all Bug Reports with the following tags:

Here is an explanation of each tag:

under-investigation - This bug is waiting to be reproduced so that we can verify if the bug is present or not.

in-dev-timeline - This bug is on our list of things to do, but will not be addressed in the next upcoming release.

in-progress - We are working on the bug actively to fix for an upcoming release. If it is not in the next release, usually it will be in the one following.

beta - This request has been implemented in the latest beta version.

fixed - This bug has been fixed in the current official released version of the firmware.

not-a-bug - This means the bug posted was proven to not be a bug. For example, if the “bug” is being caused by external factors other than the unit. Another example is if the expected behavior of the unit in that scenario is mistakenly considered a bug.

duplicate - The bug posted is a duplicate of another posting and will most likely be deleted.

Please note, we will only be tagging the report made in the original post. Additional bug reports made in the comments of a thread will not be considered while tagging.

If it is a batch request in the original post, we will tag with all relevant tags, and then comment and specify which ones fall into which category.

We will be tagging Feature Requests as following:

Here is an explanation of each tag:

under-consideration - We have seen your request and will respond soon whether or not we will be implementing the request.

in-dev-timeline - This request is on our list of things to do, but will not be addressed in the next upcoming release

in-progress - We are working on the request to implement for an upcoming release. If it is not in the next release, usually it will be in the one following.

med-long-term - we plan on implementing this in the future.

beta - This request has been implemented in the latest beta version.

completed - This request has been implemented in the current official released version of the firmware.

duplicate - The request posted is a duplicate of another posting and will most likely be deleted.

considered - We have looked over the request but will not be implementing it. This is subject to change.

Please note, we will only be tagging the request made by OP in the first post. Requests made in the process of the discussion of the request(s) will not be considered while tagging.

If it is a batch request by OP, we will tag with all relevant tags, and then comment and specify which ones fall into which category.

This is in the hopes of both reviewing all the requests made and also giving a little more clarity on what we are planning on doing.

As always,

Keep Rockin’ :sunglasses:

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And I thought considered was a good thing!

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Can we change considered to something more obvious? In practice, few people will read this thread and assume the opposite meaning of considered.

@BrennanSingularSound How about not-considered, dismissed, or rejected

Just say no to counter-intuitive euphemisms!

I disagree because we did consider the request and found it to be something we will not do. If anyone is confused I will gladly send them to this post.

But thank you for the feedback.