We are attempting to identify issues that prevent real users from being able to have a satisfactory experience using the product. This keyword will be used to nominate bugs in this category for review and scheduling efforts. nsCatFood: This indicates a bug nominated as a serious user satisfaction issue with the product. Look for this keyword to be changed to the nscatfood+ or the nscatfood- keyword by the review teams to indicate agreement or disagreement with the nomination. (CatFood is like DogFood, but for more finicky critters :-) nsCatFood+: This indicates the review team for the bug agrees that it represents a serious user satisfaction issue with the product. This bug should be scheduled into the soonest possible milestone. nsCatFood-: This indicates the review team for the bug does not agree that it represents a serious user satisfaction issue with the product. This bug should be scheduled normally based on its other attributes.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
great. I'll go mirror this for Bugscape.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
It was a great idea to add keywords in nsInterCaps style. This lives in perfect harmony with all the other keywords we have, and hopefully more animals will follow soon so that we can enjoy nsParrotFOOD, nsCanaryfood and more. I will file RFEs soon to rename the existing keywords to DontTest, Testcase (or TestCase?), QAWanted (or QAwanted?), CSS-Moz, 4xP, DataLoss (or Dataloss?), MailSpecUI, MLK (or Mlk?), PP, QuickTime, RelNote, Review, SmokeTest (or Smoketest?), and VBranch. Unfortunately, there are not enough resources to complete all the work in time, so the rest will have to stay lowercase... :)
There were already a number of other keywords in that style. Caps and other punctuation have been a part of keywords for some time.
Component: Bugzilla: Keywords & Components → Administration
Product: mozilla.org → bugzilla.mozilla.org
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