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    arcanhell3
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  • arcanhell3
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    hoa, q staf le mouris?

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  • Fusion
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  • Fusion
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    "Not a Bug"

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  • Cashpath
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  • Cashpath
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    What was it changed to? I was going to suggest "unfounded"

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  • Tailfeathers
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  • Tailfeathers
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    I'm glad it has changed.

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  • Fusion
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  • Fusion
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    Yeah, Mike.
    Those even remotely in touch with any sort of coding and/or development (isn't that everybody?!) will know that, but I guess it was a smart move for the percentile that may have been put off by the previous wording.

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  • Andreas
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  • Andreas
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    @cbiweb
    I don't care much if you call me an idiot or not
    It's just my opinion that wording doesn't really matter here.

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  • spence
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    Good move! Thanks. I'm sure no one thought that Jelsoft was purposefully intending to offend ... it was just "off-putting" to some.

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  • Mike Sullivan
    Former vBulletin Developer

  • Mike Sullivan
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    I've changed it. It's not like bogus was used to be offensive -- you'll note that a lot of the bug statuses are based off the ones PHP uses.

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  • cbiweb
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  • cbiweb
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    Originally posted by KirbyDE
    I couldn't care less if it says "Bogus", "N/A", "Not a Bug" or whatever.
    You all know what it does mean, so why bother with wording?
    I can't believe you even asked such a question. My first response was to call you an idiot, but then I figured I should say it in a nicer way... but hey, why bother with wording?

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  • spence
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    Because ... maybe it is a smart business practice not to offend anyone when you are seeking their participation/cooperation.

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  • Andreas
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  • Andreas
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    I couldn't care less if it says "Bogus", "N/A", "Not a Bug" or whatever.
    You all know what it does mean, so why bother with wording?

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  • MGM
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  • MGM
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    Originally posted by cbiweb
    First...

    then...

    and now...


    Does anyone else see a pattern here?
    No.... could you be more specific?

    MGM out

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  • cbiweb
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  • cbiweb
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    First...
    Originally posted by Fusion
    Simply use "Not A Bug"?
    then...
    Originally posted by cbiweb
    Maybe instead of "bogus" they could use "not a bug", as someone else already suggested.
    and now...
    Originally posted by Erwin
    What about just plain "Not a Bug"?
    Does anyone else see a pattern here?

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  • dastar
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  • dastar
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol
    You mean N.A. doesn't mean 'Nudity Allowed'? No wonder I get a lot of strange looks! http://images.vbulletin.com/images_vb3/smilies/eek.gif
    Hahaha!

    Yeah, I meant Not Applicable, but I see where that would mean different things to different people.

    What about replacing bogus with "DOH!"

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  • Erwin
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  • Erwin
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    What about just plain "Not a Bug"?

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