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Low priority development item. Represents a nice to have which we might get too (eventually).
Issue which should be moved into development using a normal process.
!!! High Priority
This is important, do it now!
Fix it!!! Highest priority issues which are preventing other work from being done.
? : Trivial
This is so easy to fix, you should probably have already done it.
?? : Easy
Fixing the issue is easy, probably an afternoon project.
??? : Moderate
Fixing the issue provides a moderate challenge. Clear your schedule for the next couple of hours, you've got this!
???? : Hard
This is a difficult issue. You will need knowledge of the codebase and it will require a significant amount of time.
????? : Complex
Fixing the issue is really hard and requires an investment. The exact causes are unknown, require additional profiling, or a major restructure of the codebase.
This task should be performed by a machine in a repeatable and robust manner.
It's not possible to pursue development of the issue because of problems. Issues that are permanently blocked should be tagged with "Dead."
A permanently blocked issue. It might come back to life, but ... it's not likely.
Issues which are currently in a state of planning and preparation, where requirements are being discussed and specifications being written.
Examples, architectural explanations, and reference. Stuff needed to effectively use the software that has been created.
Issue is a duplicate of another issue and adds nothing (or very little) that is new
Frontend / ReactJS
Currently being worked on, expect updates soon ...
Involves the operations of the technology. Might be related to platform, configuration, or runtime environment.
Pending Merge (In-Review)
The feature has been implemented and is waiting to be reviewed or otherwise just hanging out. (Another way of saying, almost done.)
Product: Commercial Analysis Needed
It's not clear where a particular feature or piece of functionality fits into the broader market/picture. Could someone please look at that?