This is a discussion on RE: Automatically set bugs to CLOSED when verified - Mozilla ; We use verified to mean that someone has checked the developers code and tested its functionality to ensure it is right. We use closed to indicate that the bug has been included in a release or migrated to the client. ...
We use verified to mean that someone has checked the developers code and
tested its functionality to ensure it is right.
We use closed to indicate that the bug has been included in a release or
migrated to the client.
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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Douglas F.
Sent: February 8, 2006 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: Automatically set bugs to CLESED when verified
What is the difference between verified and closed. Or maybe what
should the difference be interpreted to mean?
On 2/8/06, Toepfer Philipp
> today I received a proposal from our testing department to "merge" the
> "VERIFIED" and the "CLOSED" steps in bugzilla.
> The aim is to set the bugs automatically as "CLOSED" as soon as they are
> marked as "VERIFIED".
> Is this possible?
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